The Growth Report displays a bar graph indicating student % meeting benchmark on selected measures compared to waves of administration. Student average scores for the selected measure can also be viewed.
Locate the red banner Screening, Progress Monitoring and Observation on the dashboard and click on the assessment for which you would like to produce reports, for example CIRCLE Progress Monitoring PreK or Texas Kindergarten Entry Assessment. The following screenshots show the steps to pull this report in CIRCLE Progress Monitoring, but the steps are the same for all the assessments on CLI Engage.
Locate your school
In the school view of classrooms, click on reports.
Click on the drop down for reports and click School Growth Report.
Select language, waves, and % meeting benchmarks view or average scores view. In order to see a growth report, you’ll want to compare waves so select at least one additional wave.
Note: If you are assigned to multiple campuses in the system you can also view a growth report “for all schools” which will combine all campuses to which you have access.
Then select the measures for the report. You can select one or multiple measures.
Scroll to bottom and click on blue tab “school growth report”
The report will build and then can be exported to a PDF.
Before exporting you can hover over the table with your cursor to see the percentages displayed on the bar graph.
You can manipulate the view by decreasing the bar colors to see only specific growth development.
In this example, by clicking on the colors above the graph, you can create a growth report that shows only proficiency gains.
To view the school average growth, select the average scores option for school growth report, language, waves and measures.
Scroll to bottom and click on blue tab “school growth report.”
The report indicates the average score for all students tested in the school in the measure or sub-measure indicated out of a maximum total.
When finished, you can export and view the report featuring the student outcomes you desire to view.
This document was last modified on: August 27, 2021