On CLI Engage, administrators and specialists have the ability to invalidate student assessment scores. Invalidating a student score will delete the record of a student’s assessment and enable the teacher to reassess the child. Scores must be invalidated per child, per measure. Invalidated scores cannot be retrieved, so score invalidation should be done with utmost caution.
Examples for score invalidation:
Locate the red banner Screening, Progress Monitoring and Observation on the dashboard and click on the assessment for which you would like to invalidate a student score, for example CIRCLE Progress Monitoring PreK or Texas Kindergarten Entry Assessment. The following screenshots show the steps to invalidate a student score in CIRCLE Progress Monitoring, but the steps are the same for all the assessments on CLI Engage.
Student scores must be invalidated by student and measure. Use the search criteria to select the name of your community/district and the school that the child (whose assessment scores need to be invalidated) attends.
Then, locate the child’s class.
On the student view page, find the name of the child and click the folder by the student’s name. This will open all of the assessments for the student.
On the student’s view, you can now see all of the assessments for the child. Find the assessment you want to invalidate and click the score under that assessment.
For example: You want to invalidate Rapid Letter Naming and reassess the student. Click the score (12).
On the next screen, you will see the record of the student’s responses. To invalidate the student’s score on this measure, click on the blue button to “Invalidate This Assessment”:
Next, confirm the score invalidation or cancel. Note: Once a score is invalidated, it cannot be retrieved.
Then, you will be returned to the student view page. Note that now that the student’s score has been invalidated, the teacher is now again to assess the child again, or exclude them from the measure.
Repeat these steps to invalidate another score for the same student, or other students. For additional assistance, please contact our support team: www.texasschoolready.org/help
This document was last modified on: August 1, 2022