|Standards Proficiency Report|
Admins can generate a report to see how many students are below, at, and above standards for each grade level.
The report shows the number and percent of students earning each rubric or letter grade (e.g., 1/2/3/4, F/D/C/B/A, N/S/E, etc.) and average grade in each standard. You can print different grading periods to monitor progress over time, and print different groups for comparison, such as race/ethnicity, gender, special ed, and other groups customized on the screen. Each grade level prints on a separate page.
Note: This report is designed to be used with standards-based grading; the results for traditional grades may not be particularly useful.
Make sure you selected the correct grading period. Students are not counted if they have no grades for the selected grading period.
Also if any students do not have a specified grade level, they will be grouped separately for "Unspecified grade levels". To correct this, go to the screen, change the menu to list "Other grade level", then edit each student to set the Grade Level menu.
The Average grade is displayed as a decimal for numeric rubrics, or as a 4-point GPA for ABCDF letter grades. Other grades like E/S/N or I are not counted in the Average. (This is a problem if your school uses E for Fail instead of E for Excellent.)
This happens if your standards or courses are not set correctly:
First go to the screen to delete any outdated copies of standards.
Then go to the screen to make sure each course is using standards for the correct grade level (e.g., your "Math 5" course should use the "Math 5" standards).
Then go to the screen to make sure each teacher is using the course for the correct grade level (e.g., your 5th grade teachers should have "Math 5" sections, not "Math 4", etc.).