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Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System (PBMAS)

The PBMAS is an automated data system that reports annually on the performance of school districts and charters in four program areas:
Bilingual Education/English as a Second Language (BE/ESL), Career and Technical Education (CTE), Federal Title Programs, andSpecial Education (SPED).

The special education monitoring process includes four types of monitoring: 1) Performance-Based Monitoringof public school districts and charters; 2) approval and re-approval of Nonpublic Schools; 3) cyclical monitoring of other state entities that provide services to students with disabilities; and 4) Residential Facilities Monitoring. The Special Education unit also monitors the correction of noncompliance identified through data submission for theState Performance Plan (SPP).

Data Validation Monitoring (DVM)is another component of thePBM system. This system is designed to monitor the accuracy of data submitted by schools to be used in state accountability and PBM (in the areas of leavers/dropouts,school discipline, andstudent assessment). Data Validation and Verification (DVV)are on-site reviews conducted by TEA to validate the accuracy of data, and the implementation of the PBM system.

District-approved TEA secure accounts (TEASE/TEAL) are required to access unmasked Accountability data and PBMAS intervention information.

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Henryett Lovely, Ed.D.
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