In one place, see if students are on track to graduate or are at risk because of a missed credit, low test score, or incomplete high school and beyond plan.
There are two methods of viewing this data, Venn Diagram and All Students.
Venn Diagram Launcher
The first uses the “Venn Diagram Launcher,” which allows an educator to view students who are not on track regarding different credits (total credits, assessments, and non-credits).
The user will want to ensure they are in the “Educator” role, then select “Venn Diagram Launcher.”
Here the user will see a list of High school and Graduation Years for each High school.
Find the High school and Graduation Year the user would like to view. Navigate to the Row Actions & Options Gear icon, then select “View Summary.”
A Venn Diagram will appear showing students who meet the criteria for not being on track based on: credits, assessments, non-credits, or any combination of those items. The user can click on the region to view the students who fall into those regions.
A pop-up with those students' information will appear, allowing the user to use this information to move forward in helping them get back on track.
The “All Students” allows educators to view students not on track based on credits in a Data Table. Ensure you are in the Educator role and then navigate to “All Students.”
The user will then be asked to add the Graduation year of the students they would like to view. Users can select a school and/or student group if they want to filter the list of students.
After clicking Search, a data table with all students that match the search criteria will appear (in this case, all students graduating in 2023).
We can see three different colored stars demonstrating a student's credit progress. The “At Risk” star in orange indicates that the student has neither completed nor planned their courses in that subject area (i.e., total credits).
The “On Track” star, a light green outline, demonstrates that the student is either scheduled or has planned for those credits in that subject area (i.e., their Total Math credits).
Lastly, the “Completed” star, in dark green, demonstrates that the student has completed their credits for that subject area (i.e., their Math 1 credit).
A user may click on any of the stars to gather more information regarding what exactly the student has accomplished in each subject area credit-wise.
For example, below, a pop-up regarding a student’s Total Math Credit appears, giving more details into what the student has completed, scheduled, and/or planned to take to fulfill their Math credit.
For subjects such as Math, Science, etc., where students not only need to complete a specific amount of credits per subject but also specific types of courses per subject, there are the “Additional Requirements” that provide more information on how the student has fulfilled those requirements.
Select the class graduation year and view the required credits, assessments, and non-credits here. This area is visible to students and staff but not updated by the Graduation Credit Counts changes.
With permission, the Edit Content button lets users update the counts and any additional information text. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need permission.
A text box will appear to make corrections. Click Save when finished.