This feature is available to district-level administrators at Legends of Learning partner districts.

To view student performance and usage for all schools in your district, navigate to the REPORTS tab in Legends of Learning. Once on this page, click the Admin Report button.

Viewing Student Performance Data By Standard

The default view on this page will show you overall student performance, per school, on all questions answered to date, across all topics, beginning August 1, 2020. 

Using the SHOW THESE TOPICS dropdown, select specific topics (standards) for which you would like to view student performance data. The data that is displayed is an aggregate of all questions answered, per school, for any assigned playlist within that topic. 

You may select multiple topics within this dropdown to view performance data across as many topics as you would like. For each topic, it is noted how many schools have performance data for that standard. If a topic says "0 Schools", this means there is no student performance data for this topic.

The data that is displayed will show you, per school, how many questions students answered within the selected topic(s), how many questions students answered correctly within the selected topic(s), and what percent of students' answers were correct.

After choosing your topic(s), you can filter your data to display particular schools using the SHOW THESE SCHOOLS dropdown.

You have the option to sort the topic rows by how many questions were answered, how many questions were answered correctly, percent correct, or topic name using the SORT TOPIC ROWS BY dropdown menu.

You also have the option to sort schools by how many questions were answered, how many questions were answered correctly, percent correct, or school name using the SORT SCHOOLS COLUMNS BY dropdown menu.

You can adjust the date range for all displayed data using the calendar options under the SHOW DATA BETWEEN section. This is especially useful when analyzing growth over time towards particular standards.

NOTE: On this report, you can click on any school name in order to view school-level data. From there, you can also click on the teacher name to review student-level data for the selected teacher.

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