Overall Score Summary

Follow the steps mentioned below to view the Overall Score Summary page:

  1. Click Classes on the top navigation menu and select a class.

  2. Click Data on the left navigation pane, and Results by Assessment appears by default. The Diagnostic growth report section displays the report title and program name for the list of available growth reports at the top of the page.

  3. Click the required growth report and the Overall Score Summary page will be displayed by default.

  4. View the Class average overall score on the top of the summary.

  5. Select one of the available reports - Beginning of Year, Middle of Year, and End of Year from the drop-down list on the top right. By default, the most recent administration will appear.

  6. Click any of the color-coded performance levels on the left to view the number of students that scored in that range. The performance levels are Exceeds expectations (in a blueish purple), Meets expectations (green), Approaching expectations (yellow), and Does Not Meet expectations (red).

  7. Click the blue View Report links on the right to display the latest student report for the selected student.

The performance levels used in Growth reports correspond to the grade level of the program. In the above image, Math Grade 5 performance levels are used, regardless of whether students took a prior-grade or on-grade Diagnostic at the Beginning of the Year.

Class average growth score shows the class average growth over time at the top and on the line graph depicted in a maroon oval-shaped bubble. For example, in the image below, the class grew by 10 scale score points, from a class average of 1561 on BOY to a class average scale score of 1571 on the MOY Growth Diagnostic.

When district average scores are available, the intelligent text at the top of the section will display a district average growth, and a checkbox will appear above the line graph to Show district avg score. If checked, district average performance and growth will appear in black on the line graph. For example, in the image below, the district had an average BOY score in the red Does Not Meet performance level range, grew by 30 scale score points, and ended just under the yellow Approaching performance level range by MOY. We can compare this to the class performance and growth to get a sense for how the class is performing and growing with respect to their district peers.

By default, the blue Show growth checkbox is checked, displaying growth bubbles. You may wish to uncheck the Show growth checkbox to hide the growth values.

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