The Detailed Group Report will show you the scores for each of the earlyReading or earlyMath subtests as well as the Composite score. All scores will be color-coded to display the students’ percentile ranks as compared to the local grade-level school norms.
Accessing the Detailed Group Report
Via the Reporting Tab
- Go to the Reporting tab.
- Select Early Reading English or Early Math from the Detailed Group Report module.
- The chosen assessment is selected by default. Use the radio buttons to update the selection if needed.
- Use the radio buttons to select Grade or Class level report.
- Use the radio buttons to select the assesment Interval.
- Select Generate Report.
Via the Screening Tab
- Go to the Screening tab.
- Select the EarlyReading English or EarlyMath Assessment.
- Select Detailed Group Report.
Interpreting the Report
- Student names appear in the far left column.
- Previous screening periods list the composite score.
- Select the arrows >> and the screening period will expand to display the individual sub-tests
- The current screening period is expanded by default and lists all sub-tests completed as well as their composite scores. Color coding is based on school percentiles with risk-level symbols displayed.
- The number of students marked as either High or Some risk for each composite and sub-test appears at the bottom of the chart. The exclamation points representing a student's Risk Level appear next to the student's score within the chart.
- A key to interpret the color-coding of the chart appears at the bottom.
Color coding refer to the school (grade) norms. All scores will be color-coded to display the students' percentile ranks as compared to the local grade-level school norms. If a student tests outside of the district's Default Screening Period, then they will not receive local norms and scores will be gray.
In regards to the Winter Screening period, all students may be color-coded in the 20-29th percentile range even though they are scoring very high. This is due to the report looking at school-level norms and not district/national norms which are closer together than school-level together because students are starting to phase out of the skill. In this case, refer to the score, not the color coding.
View Student Errors
- Use the checkboxes to select students.
- Select View Errors.
- A chart displays at the bottom of the page that displays errors for each student selected.