Consolidated Implementation Status Report

Who can do this with default user permissions?

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

The Reading Implementation Status Report provides the results of students' Accelerated Reader reading practice. The report includes the average Star Reading Grade Equivalent (GE) score (or actual scores if you are listing students), average percent correct on all reading quizzes, the percentage of students at/above and below 85% average percent correct, the median points earned, the Engaged Time per day, the average difficulty level (book level) for quizzes taken, the percentage of independent reading, and the percentage of fiction reading.

The Math Implementation Status Report shows how well students are keeping pace on mastering Accelerated Math Instructional Practice subskills for one reporting period. For practices, the report shows the average percent correct and the percent of students whose average percent correct is at or above 75%. For quizzes, the report shows the average percent correct and the percent of students at or above 85%. The report also includes the number of subskills mastered per week and the median of the subskills mastered per student.

Follow these steps to see the report:

  1. If you are not already on the Reports page, select Reports on the Home page; then, select Administrator in the menu that opens.
  2. On the Reports page, the Administrator tab will be selected. Select Consolidated Implementation Status Report in the Customizable Reports section of the page. (If you have added the report to the Pinned Reports, you'll find it under that section at the top of the page.)
  3. Select Choose Students (either the link or the button).
  4. Choose the classes to include in the report.
    • In the pop-up window, at the top of the Schools column, choose either All Schools (to choose all the schools available) or Select Schools (to choose specific schools; check the ones you want in the list).
    • At the top of the Teachers 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).
    • 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).
    • 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).
  5. If you want to use demographic data to focus the report on specific students, select Choose Demographics.
  6. 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).

  7. Select the Group By drop-down list and choose whether to group the report by district, schools, grades, teachers, or classes/groups. The options that are available to you depend on your role. "District" means the report will not be grouped since there is only one district; if you chose to include just one school, "School" may also mean the report items are not grouped.
  8. For some customers in larger school districts, the options in the Group By and Then list drop-down lists are limited to the following:

    Group By Then list
    District Schools
    District Grades
    Schools Grades
  9. Next, use the Then List drop-down to choose which items you want to list within each group: schools, grades, teachers, classes and groups, or students. This determines what you will see report data for. (The options that are available depend on what you chose in the Group By drop-down list; for example, if you chose to group by Schools, your Then List options would include Grades, Teachers, Classes/Groups, and Students.)
  10. By default, the report will include the current school year. If you want to choose a marking period, screening window, or custom dates instead, select the date field.
  11. You can select marking period or screening window from the drop-down list. You can also select "All Time."

    If schools use their own unique date ranges within a district screening window, those ranges will all have the same name. To help you tell them apart, the dates they cover will be added to the end of the name.

    If you want to use custom dates, select Custom. Then, type the start and end dates in the fields (using four digits for the year), or select the start date and then the end date in the calendar (use the arrows to the left and right of the months to go back or forward). When you're done, select Apply.

  12. Select the Subject drop-down and choose whether to report on Reading or Math.
  13. The Hide Sections Without Data option hides schools, teachers, or classes/groups (depending on what you grouped by) that have no data. For example, in the example below, any schools that have no data would not be included in the report (since "Schools" is selected in the Group By drop-down list).
  14. Select Update Report under the report options.
  15. For each of the schools, teachers, classes and groups, or students (depending on what you chose to list), you will see the information described at the beginning of this topic. To see some columns in the report, you may need to use the scroll bar to scroll to the right.
  16. If you want to open a PDF of the report that you can print or save, select the PDF icon above the report table (circled in the example above). When the PDF file is ready, select View PDF. The PDF file will open in a new tab; use the browser or PDF options that are available to print the report.

    If you'd like a .csv file of the data that you can open in a spreadsheet program, select the CSV icon above the table to download the file.

  17. When you're ready to leave the page, you can select the Home button to go back to the Home page. To go back to the Reports page, select the Reports button (circled below) or the Back to Reports link.