accelerated-reader

Schoolwide Summary Report

The Schoolwide Summary Report provides a schoolwide summary (by grade or class/group) of students' performance on quizzes over a specified period of time.

The report can include data on any Accelerated Reader quiz type, and you can report on grades or on classes or groups. The report shows you the number of students, the percent below the average percent correct that you choose, the overall average percent correct, and the average difficulty level. For Reading Practice Quizzes and Article Quizzes, the report also includes the points earned and the median points earned.

Who can do this with default user permissions?

District Level Administrators, District Dashboard Owners, District Staff, School Level Administrators, School Staff, Teachers

  1. On the Home page, select Accelerated Reader Independent Reading; then, select Reports. (You can also select Reading Reports on the Home page.)
  2. On the Reports page, the Accelerated Reader/Reading Practice tab is selected. In the Monitor Progress section of the page, select Schoolwide Summary Report. (If you have added the report to the Pinned Reports, you'll find it under that section at the top of the page.)
  3. On the Schoolwide Summary Report page, select Choose Assignment Type.
  4. In the window that opens, select Accelerated Reader in the first column and select a quiz type in the second column. (For article quizzes, select Read and Quiz Assignment.) Then, select Apply.
  5. If you want to report on article quizzes or assignments instead, select Accelerated Reader 360 Instructional Practice in the first column and an assignment type in the second column. Then, select Apply.

  6. Next, select Choose Students to choose which students will be in the report.
  7. Choose the students to include in the report. Teachers can only choose students in their own classes and groups.
    1. In the popup window, if there is a Schools column, select a school. (This column isn't available if you only have access to one school.)
    2. If the Teachers column is available, at the top of the column, choose either All Teachers (to choose all the teachers in the school) or Select Teachers (to choose specific teachers; check the ones you want in the list). This column is not available to teachers unless they are assigned to more than one school.
    3. At the top of the Classes column, choose either All Classes (to choose all the classes for the teachers) or Select Classes (to choose specific classes; check the ones you want in the list).
    4. Teachers, school administrators, and school staff will also see a Groups column. At the top of the Groups column, choose either All Groups or Select Groups; if you choose Select Groups, check the groups that you want to include. The first choice in the column is "Whole Class" or "Whole Classes"; choose this to report on the class(es) as a whole. Below that, you will see groups you created.
    5. You can search the items in a column by clicking within that column and then typing Ctrl+F or control-F on the keyboard.

      When you are done making your choices, select Apply (or Cancel to close the window without saving your choices).

  8. If you want to use demographic data to focus the report on specific students, select Choose Demographics.
  9. By default, the "All" option is chosen for Ethnicity, Gender, Language (the students' primary language, if specified), and Grade Level. To focus the report on specific groups, choose the "Select" option at the top of the appropriate column and then check your selections in that column. Note that ethnicity, gender, primary language, and grade level may be specified for students when you add them to the software, but only grades are required; other information may not be available for your students.


    In the example above, the user has selected one Language and three Grade Levels, while leaving Ethnicity and Gender at the default "All" options. Note: The Filter Reports by Ethnicity user permission may be set to prevent the use of ethnicities as a filter.

    By default, the "All" option is chosen for Characteristics. To focus the report on students with specific characteristics, choose Select Characteristics; then, check the characteristics that you are interested in. You must also choose any or all above the check boxes to specify whether students with any of the selected characteristics will be included in the report or only those with all of the selected characteristics.


    In the example above, the user selected two Characteristics (ADA and ESL). Because any is selected, the report will include students who are ADA, ESL, or both. If all had been selected, only students who are both ADA and ESL would be included. Note: The Filter Reports by Characteristics user permission may be set to prevent the use of characteristics as a filter.

    Once you have finished choosing demographic options, select Apply at the bottom of the window to save your choices (or Cancel to close the window without saving your choices).

  10. Next, choose what to report on: grades or classes and groups.
  11. To choose the date range for data on the report, select the field under Date Range.
  12. If you want to use one of the marking periods that have been added for your school, select the marking period in the list.

    If you want to use custom dates, select Custom. In the calendars, select the first date in the range; then, select the last date. (Use the arrows to the left and right of the months to go back or forward.)

  13. Use the third drop-down to choose whether to report on students whose average percent correct is below 90%, 85%, 80%, or 75%.
  14. Use the Reading Level Scale drop-down list to choose whether to include ATOS book levels or Lexile® Measures on the report.
  15. If you only want to include classes or groups who have data, check Hide Groups Without Data.
  16. Select Update Report under the options.
  17. The report will open under the button. For each grade or class/group, the table will show the number of students, the percent below the percentage correct you chose, the average percent correct, the average book level (difficulty level), the points earned, and the median of points earned.
  18. If you want to print the report, select the PDF icon in the top right corner of the page. A PDF of the report will open in a new tab, where you can print or save it.

    When you're ready to leave the page, you can select the Home button to go back to the Home page, or select the button circled below to go back to the Reports page.