RISK INDICATOR VIEWER
The School Data Risk Indicator Viewer makes it easy for users to view where students appear on the threshold of student risk. Risk indicators display both a Risk Value and a Risk Level.
A Risk Value is a numerical value calculated based on the indicator index's configuration. They are typically color-coded green/yellow/red, corresponding to low/medium/high risk.
The Risk Level is a set label based on the Risk Value and the thresholds established in the configuration. It has the same meaning as the colors displayed in the Risk Value but shows a label instead of the raw value.
A student might be in the medium risk level, but what value is their risk? (med/high or med/low) The Risk Value can help an administrator find students close to slipping to another level so that appropriate action may be taken.
Information may be found in the help article found here: Hr Risk Indicator Viewer