Where can I find grade level data?

When you click on a grade level from the menu on the left, you can view the following data only for students in that grade level:

  • Number of courses with an incomplete grade
  • Courses with <70% cog skill average
  • Courses with <70% concept unit average
  • Courses with overdue projects
  • Focus area progress

You can click into cog skill average and focus area progress columns to view more details, and you can click on the name of each column to sort the data.

Number of courses with an incomplete grade

In this column, you'll find the number of courses students are taking where they currently have incomplete grades. Incomplete grades are caused by overall percentage grades below 70%. Learn more about potential reasons for incomplete grades.

The number in large text at the top of this column indicates the number of students in this grade level who are passing all their courses and have no incomplete grades.

Courses with <70% cog skill average

In this column, you'll find the number of courses students are taking where they currently have cognitive skills averages below 70%. Cognitive skills averages are based on scores that teachers provide when assessing projects. Learn more about how cognitive skills scores are translated into percentage grades.

The number in large text at the top of this column indicates the number of students in this grade level who have cognitive skills averages of at least 70% in all their courses. You can click this number to see students' cognitive skills averages for each course, as well as students' cognitive skills scores for each course.

Courses with <70% concept unit average

In this column, you'll find the number of courses students are taking where they currently have math concept unit averages below 70%. Math concept unit averages are based on scores that teachers provide when assessing projects. Learn more about how math concept unit scores are translated into percentage grades.

The number in large text at the top of this column indicates the number of students in this grade level who have math concept unit averages of at least 70% in all their courses. You can click this number to see students' math concept unit averages for each course, as well as students' math concept unit scores for each course.

Courses with overdue projects

In this column, you'll find the number of courses students are taking where they currently have overdue projects. Overdue projects are projects that haven't been submitted before/on the the project's due date.

The number in large text at the top of this column represents the number of students in this grade level who have no overdue projects in any of their courses.

Focus area progress

In this column, you'll find the number of focus areas students have mastered, as well as the number of focus areas in which students are off track. Green indicates focus areas students have mastered, while red indicates the focus areas in which students are off track.

Students demonstrate mastery of content in focus areas by passing content assessments. The pacing line displayed in the This Year section for students provides guidance on the progress students should be making on any given day. Students who have passed all focus areas to the left of the pacing line are indicated as being on track, while students who may not have passed any number of focus areas to the left of the pacing line are indicated as being off track.

The number in large text at the top of this column represents the number of students in this grade level who are on track for all power focus areas in all their courses. In other words, these students have mastered all focus areas to the left of the pacing line. You can click this number to see the number of students who are on track for each course, as well as the number of students who are off track for each course.

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