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  1. When looking at data for STAAR in Texas, students who fall under "meets" and "masters" are also included in the "approaches" percentage. Also, any student who is in the "masters" zone is also included in the "meets" zone. It would be helpful if reports that are populated already included these students in the "approaches" and "meets" categories. Currently, we have to calculate this by hand.

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  2. Please, this is so important and I-Ready does this, please allow us to Batch Print and Choose a Zip File option, it will save us DAYS of labor and time.

    2 votes

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  3. It would be extremely helpful to have interactive reports (similar to the school profile reports) that would drill down domain specific data for a grade level. For example: I'd like to see how many students are struggling in a specific content area domain for a school and/or district.

    3 votes

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  4. Our district would greatly appreciate if you could report overall MAP Growth proficiency to match state proficiency in the linking studies. The MAP Growth data is giving our teachers a "false sense" of data. For example, our students are making growth and improved achievement but not enough to make state proficiency.

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  5. Our school uses the grade report regularly to review our data all at once. I see that the School Profile report is soon to replace the Grade Report, but I haven't found a way to list all of our student's scores and subscores in a printable list in the School Profile report. The School Profile report is not a good replacement for the Grade Report for us. Is there a way to add a view to see all of the students' scores and make it printable?

    6 votes

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  6. We want to associate student reports with our students in our SIS. It would be a huge time saver to allow a bulk download of all Student Profile or Family reports in a zip file. The PDFs could be titled with the student ID number for easy importing. Thank you.

    3 votes

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  7. With the Student Growth Summary being retired, we would like the sub-goal areas included on the Family Reports. For example, Math: Geometry - Av, Numbers & Operations - High Av

    5 votes

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  8. Please create a way for a campus to print campus-wide family reports. It is too time consuming to print by teacher.

    8 votes

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  9. The information in individual student profiles is extensive and incredibly detailed (almost too much information) but if I want to know "what areas should I focus on more in class?" I need to look at every individual student to compare what specific topics they have in common.
    Since MAP has all the specifics for each student, can't we generate a report that gives these specific growth areas across the whole class? I.e. 75% of the class needs more instruction on identifying themes in a work, but only 36% of the class needs more instruction on identifying setting.
    I know that…

    5 votes

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  10. Like many of my colleagues, I used the learning continuum to plan for whole and small group instruction. This valuable tool helped us try to avoid the swiss cheese learning we all dread in education. Without the ease of use of the former learning continuum trying to cross reference student scores and scroll through categories by topic or standard is punishing, arduous and nearly impossible. What you are currently offering as your substitute for the learning continuum is not helpful. It is frustrating. You have essentially stripped away the most valuable facet of the data you provided.

    14 votes

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  11. Our teachers LOVE the ASG. The love the original report (they call it the sticky notes). We also love the new school and class reports. However We are missing a report that plots each individual student in the entire grade level on the quadrant chart. This would really help planning grade level interventions, tutoring, enrichment, etc.

    4 votes

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  12. Please do not get rid of the Student Progress Reports. They are easy to read for students and parents.

    18 votes

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  13. Create a report that will allow a new administrator to see growth and achievement by individual teachers in previous school years.

    3 votes

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  14. It would be great if we could search for students who are ready to develop the same standards. For example, I would like to put in a standard and see all the kids in my class who need to develop that standard. It would be very helpful to plan for small groups. Right now, I have to look at each student's individual data and it is very time consuming.

    4 votes

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  15. Please update the Student Achievement Norms and Student Growth Norms Reference pages to account for COVID Gap and most recent national norms. This resource is crucial to truly analyzing our student data. Our teachers do not feel that norms from 4 years ago is dependable and accurate when analyzing their current data.

    2 votes

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  16. Norming data matters. By creating sub-sets/groups, the data can be more precise, thereby supporting certain stakeholders with the dialogues they are having around data. Because the ISEE and SSAT are not using the same test design or norming data, the results are lower than on MAP while these are still standardized tests. This creates confusion and some might perceive MAP norming to be less competitive if they have students moving on to private high schools or to universities because the norms for the ISEE (connected to ERB) and to the SSAT are more demanding (the percentiles don't align between MAP…

    7 votes

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  17. I am a school psychologist and for many years have used the Student Progress Report with my teams. It is a fantastic tool that allows the team to quickly view and process the student's scores in reading, math and language use over time. Having the %tiles available along with RIT score is extremely valuable. Teams can add this data to other pieces of data and help figure out if a child has skills similar to other students with disabilities or if they may have an attention or anxiety issue at play. Without this quick and easy to interpret data, I…

    22 votes

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  18. I would like to have a report where I can see, at a class level, what skills overall my students are struggling with. Not just specific topics, such as Geometry, but rather the specific geometry skill.

    5 votes

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  19. Please provide a report with yearly national student growth data from Fall to Spring.

    2 votes

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  20. Please make it possible to produce growth reports for assessments given within the same period (Fall, Winter or Spring). We are on the quarter system at my school and it would be beneficial to see the results prior to student schedules / teachers changing

    1 vote

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