This chart is specific to i-Ready and the Annual Typical and Stretch Growth Goals. It displays a series of scores for i-Ready Fall, Winter, and Spring assessments; the series of grade levels are defined by the district, for example, grades K - 5 or grades 5 - 7. It also displays a goal line for the student's Annual Typical Growth Goal and the Annual Stretch Growth Goal. These goals are defined by i-Ready and included in the i-Ready Automatic upload. They are calculated by adding the student’s Annual Typical (or Stretch) Growth Measure to their Diagnostic Overall Score.
Before the chart is accessible to your district, it must be requested. Email email@example.com to make the request. When requesting, let School Data know what grade levels you want to see in the series.
Once the setup is complete, the chart will be available in the School Data Charts Application by following the directions below.
If the chart needs to be viewable on the district-specific Student Dashboard, please let School Data know at the time of setup.
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Monitor Progress >>
of a Student >>
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Student Annual Growth on i-Ready Assessment Series
Choose a single student from the selector, then choose the i-Ready Assessment Series you’d like to see the data for.
Things to note:
The goal line attaches to the student's first assessment for that Grade. For example, if the student doesn't have Fall but has Winter and Spring, the goal line will start at the Winter student score.
If the student doesn't have a Fall or Winter but has a Spring (which would happen very rarely), there is no place for the line to start, so you'll just see a dot at the top of the Spring assessment.
If a student has a fall benchmark assessment, the two growth lines start at Fall and end where the Spring assessment should fill in.
Notice the dots on the goal line for the Winter assessment. This number is calculated; the Winter goal would be halfway between the Fall and Spring goals.
The y-axis of the chart starts at the ‘lowest’ Lowest Possible Score of the assessments. In the case of i-Ready Reading assessments, that is usually 100; in the case of i-Ready Math assessments, it is usually 0.
The high end of the y-axis of the chart is calculated: the value will be lower or higher depending on the highest value from among the student’s performance-level ranges.
We are not displaying the lowest performance level on the chart because of the nature of the Performance Levels in the i-Ready series. For more information on this particular subject, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.