LEA Public Reporting of Progress in Meeting
Highly Qualified Teacher Requirements
(2015-16 Highly Qualified Teacher Data)
Due Date December 15, 2015
NCLB requires each LEA to publicly report progress of the LEA and its campuses toward meeting the HQ teacher requirements as defined by the state’s measurable highly qualified teacher objectives. The 2015-16 Highly Qualified Teacher Reports for LEAs and individual campuses are available on the Texas Education Agency (TEA) NCLB Web site. Please note that there will be three applicable reports for each LEA and one report per campus.
• Highly Qualified Teachers Report (by LEA and Campus)
• Highly Qualified Teachers Report by LEA — High Poverty Quartile Campuses
• Highly Qualified Teachers Report by LEA — Low Poverty Quartile Campuses
This public reporting process is to occur no later than December 15, 2015.
NCLB requires that the LEA publicly report the annual progress of the LEA and each campus served by the LEA in meeting the state’s measurable highly qualified teacher objectives. The annual targets of these objectives are as follows:
Percentage of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers (State Aggregate)
Percentage of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers
Percentage of HQ Teachers
Percentage of Teachers receiving high-quality professional development (State Aggregate)
2006-2007 and beyond Target
The LEA should compare the data reported by the LEA to these state annual targets to determine the LEA’s progress in these areas. The LEA must report both campus and LEA data in comparison to targets for the 2015-16 school year.
The data for calculating the percentage of teachers receiving high-quality professional development are found in Part B of the LEA’s 2015-16 Title I, Part A Compliance Report. Only 2015-16 data are required to be reported for this one indicator related to professional development.Posted November 30, 2015