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The filters at the top of the screen let you select which data you want to view
If you click the “x” next to any of the filters it will remove that filter. For example, in the screenshot above, data will be presented on all grade levels. If you want to see data on all schools in the district click the “x” next to the school so that you will no longer be filtering by school.
After you set filters, you will see contextual information on the left hand side of the screen. This information helps you validate that you are looking at data on the correct students. For example, if you know that there are more than 10 students receiving Once at Ravenclaw, perhaps you are looking at data from the wrong year or the wrong grade level.
Screen after setting filters
The bar graph on the right shows, for any given month, the percentage of students predicted to be Well Above, Above, Below, and Well Below grade level by the end of the year (End of Year Prediction or EOYP) based on their progress in Once. This prediction is based on each student’s current progress and current pace. Students who have made it through Cycle 84 have covered all kindergarten reading skills and will be fully prepared for 1st grade reading content. Remaining on track for EOYP requires maintaining quality Session Rates, ORF scores, and attendance at coaching meetings.
Directly under the bar graph in the lower right corner, there is a link to the Performance Level Key, which shows the cycle cut-offs Once uses when predicting performance by the end of the year. As you can see, these vary by grade level.
⚠️ The filters you set will govern the data you see in all of the tables below.
⚠️ You can filter data in all of the tables below, by setting a date range in the data range picker to the upper left of the School Data table. The default range will show you all data in the current school year up to the current date. At first this might be unexpected since the date range appears to begin in the previous school year, but the school year picker at the top of the Portal filters out all data from the previous school year if it is set to current school year.
You can set a narrower range if you prefer, to better understand metrics from the last week, two weeks, month, or any custom date range you choose.