This report summarizes the teachers employed in Texas public school districts by percentage of the day teaching in a subject area (e.g., Science, Social Studies, Mathematics) by gender and ethnicity statewide. In this report if a person teaches multiple subject areas, the person is counted in multiple rows based upon the percentage of their workday teaching the subject area. For example, a person may teach a math class and a science class. This person would be counted once in each subject area.
Beginning with the 2007-08 school year this report no longer includes staff employed by Education Service Centers.
(Source: TEA PEIMS staff data)
The broad subject matter of a particular course/curriculum of study.
Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) are calculated in the following manner:
FTE = Percent of Day Employed divided by 100.
There are seven TEA reporting categories: African American/Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, Two or More Races, or White.
The reporting period consisting of the fall, spring, and summer semesters that begins generally in September and runs through the following August. Fall 2001, spring 2002 and summer 2002 comprise school year 2001-2002, also referred to as school year 2002.