Assessment Completion Report

This article describes the Assessment Completion Report which allows District Administrators to track down outstanding assessments where either there are students that still need to take assessments or there are teachers that still need to perform manual grading on assessments.

  1. Select Reports from the left sidebar.

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  2. Select the Assessment Completion tile.

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  3. On the next page, define the organization of the report by selecting parameters you want to compare:


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    • Grades within District: This will organize the report by grade levels for all schools within a district. Make sure to define the date range.

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    • Schools within District: This will organize the report by schools within a district. Make sure to define the date range.

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    • Grades within School: This will organize the report by grade levels within a particular school. Make sure to select what school you would like to run the report for and define the date range.

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    • Classes within School: This will organize the report by classes within a particular school. Make sure to select which school you would like to run the report for, select the specific grade level and subject combination of classes and define the date range.

      Note: The Grade and Subject drop down menu will only display if you choose Classes within School.


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  4. Select the green Submit button to create your Assessment Completion Report.

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    Note: District Administrators can generate an Assessment Completion Report for any assessment that was launched at the district level or school level as long as the date range corresponds with the initial launch date of the assessment. 

  5. In the Assessment Results section at the bottom of the page review the following information:
    • Assessment: The name of the assessment that corresponds to the defined parameters.
    • Not Submitted: The number of students that either have not started an assessment or have started an assessment but have not submitted the assessment.
    • Not Graded: The number of assessments for which there are teachers that still need to perform manual grading.
    • Total Students: Total number of students assigned to take an assessment.
    • Detail: Allows you to access the details of the report.

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  6. After selecting Detail you will be presented with a list of classes or grade levels, depending on the type of report that you have chosen to generate.

    • For the Grades within District report, a list of grade levels across the district and results for each grade level will display.

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    • For the Schools within District report, a list of schools across the district and results for each school will display.

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    • For the Grades within School report, a list of grade levels within a particular school and results for each grade level will display.

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    • For the Classes within School report, a list of classes within a particular school and results for each class will display.

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  7. If you generated a Classes within School report, you will be able to select the plus (+) icon to the left of a class name to expand and reveal further details for the students in that class.

    Note: If you chose to generate a Grades within District, Schools within District, or a Grades within School report, you will not be presented with a plus (+) icon


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  8. If you would like to generate another report or you would like to change how your report is organized, select the blue arrow next to the name of the assessment. 

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  9. You can quickly re-filter your report by selecting new parameters similar to Step 3

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  10. The lower section of the results screen provides multiple ways to navigate through the results:
    • Use the right/left arrows on the bottom left to scroll through additional pages if needed. The number between the arrows indicates which page you are currently on. 
    • Adjust the results per page to view using the dropdown menu in the bottom center. Choose from 5, 10, or 25 results per page. 
    • Review the range of results currently being displayed on the lower right of the page. 

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  11. Select the View all Reports hyperlink in the upper left part of the screen to return to a list of all reports.

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