The “Tabular View” provides a comparison of the selected student’s scores to school and district percentiles and averages.
The first column, “Term,” indicates when the test was taken.
Click the plus symbol (+) to the right of the term to open the “Test” column.
The “Test” column of the table includes a list of tests, ordered by school year.a. Each test may be expanded to view a list of categories or strands that make up the test. Once expanded, an additional column titled “Strand Name” will appear. b. To reveal a test’s categories or strands, click the plus symbol (+) to the right of the test name, as indicated by a blue arrow in the following image.
*Note: The plus symbol (+) will appear to the right of test names until a test has been expanded. Once an exam has been expanded, all plus symbols will appear to the left of the test names until all exams are again collapsed.
To expand all tests to reveal the associated categories or strands, right-click within the “Test” column and select “Expand all” from the drop-down menu.
c. Click the subtraction icon to the left of the test name to collapse the category or strand information.
To collapse all tests, right-click within the “Test” column and select “Collapse all”from the drop-down menu.
The second column of the table is the “TestType,” or subject of the exam. The third column, “Term,” indicates when the test was taken.
The fourth column lists the “Proficiency Level” obtained for each test.
The fifth column lists the student’s “Scaled Score” for each test. A scaled score is an overall summary of the level of performance achieved by the student on a test.
The sixth column, “School Percentile,” gives the student’s relative ranking in comparison to all students assigned to the same exam in the same school.
The seventh column, “District Percentile,” gives the student’s relative ranking in comparison to all students assigned to the same exam in the same district.
The eighth column lists the “School Average” for each test. The “School Average” is for all student scores within the school on the exam.
The ninth column lists the “District Average” for each test. The “District Average” is for all student scores within the district on the exam.
The tenth column lists the “SGP (Student Growth Percentile)” for each test. An “SGP” describes a student’s growth compared to other students whose achievement was similar on previous assessments.
*Note: SGP data will only appear if it was provided in state data.
Printing State Assessment Data
To print “State Assessment” data from the table, right-click on the table and select “Print…” from the drop-down menu.
Exporting State Assessment Data
To export “State Assessment” data from the table, right-click on the table and select “Send to Excel” or “Export…” from the drop-down menu.