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Third Grade Reading Proficiency Assessment - Student Score Summary Report

Who can do this with default user permissions?

  • District Level Administrators: any class or group in any school in the district
  • School Level Administrators: any class or group in their own school
  • Teachers: any of their own classes or groups

The Student Score Summary Report cannot be viewed until the day after the test (the data is compiled overnight).

  1. In a web browser, log in to Renaissance.
  2. On the Home page, select Reports. In the drop-down list, select Star / Assessment. (Note: If you would normally only have access to Star/assessment reports, there will be no drop-down list; selecting Reports will take you directly to the Star/Assessment tab.)

  3. On the Star/Assessment tab, select one of the following three reports:
  1. In a web browser, log in to Renaissance.
  2. On the Home page, select Reports. In the drop-down list, select Star / Assessment. (Note: If you would normally only have access to Star/assessment reports, there will be no drop-down list; selecting Reports will take you directly to the Star/Assessment tab.)

  3. On the Star / Assessments tab on the Reports page, select 3rd Grade Proficiency Assessment - Student Score Summary in the “Parent and Other Reports” section .

  4. Use the drop-down lists at the top of the screen to choose which students to include on the report and any sorting/grouping options you want to use. Some of the available options are shown here—they will vary based on your position within the school district or at a particular school.

    An array of drop-down lists with various options selected: a school, teacher, and students; filtering, sorting, and grouping options; and three date ranges. A fourth date range has been removed by selecting the 'null' option next to the fields. The View Report button is on the right.

    You can include results from up to four test windows in the report. Enter the start and end dates for each window by entering them in the fields or using the calendar buttons on the right . If you don't need to use all four test windows, check the NULL boxes next to the date fields you won't use.

  5. When you are done choosing options, select View Report .

  6. For each student, the report shows:

    An example report, showing test results from a single school. For each student at the school, their Student State ID and School ID are shown. For each test window the student tested in, the student's test date, pass or fail status, and scaled score are shown, along with an indicator whether the student used extended time limits. The minimum passing score is shown above the table of test results.

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    • The student's name and ID number (followed by the school ID number) .
    • For each test window, you can see the date the student took the test, the student's Pass/Fail status on that test, whether extended time limits were used in that test window, and the student's test score . (The score required to pass the test is shown above the table .)
  7. Use the controls at the top of the page to switch the view between pages (if the report is more than one page long), search, and save the report.