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This page last updated January 28, 2011

The PEIMS Standard Reports are provided to meet general requirements for information concerning public education in Texas. Some of these reports comprise geographic information for each district and campus; while others contain listings of school districts or campuses by legislative districts. There are also reports that include information for high school graduates, or information for student enrollment. Other PEIMS Standard Reports include information concerning superintendents, staff or teachers employed by school districts.


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