Multiple Measures Student Report Guide

360 Student Overview

The Multiple Measures Student Report is a better way to look at a student’s educational performance. Designed with students and parents in mind, this streamlined, intuitive report card provides a well-rounded view of a student’s achievement across the board. This report includes an array of metrics such as results on the state and local tests, student attendance, and behavior data. This report can function as a roadmap that empowers students to be informed about their own education. With detailed information on areas of strength and areas of need, a student and their support system can use this data to work together and achieve their common goals.

Performance Levels
4 - Excellent
3 - Good
2 - Fair 
1 - Intervention 
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Interpreting Your Results

Attendance
The attendance rate is calculated by taking the number of school days present and dividing it by the number of school days enrolled. The following cut-points determine the performance level designation.

99%-100% = Excellent | 95%-98% = Good | 91%-94% = Fair | 0%-90% = Intervention

Behavior
Calculating the student referral rating involves two metrics: 1) referrals and 2) suspensions. For every referral a student receives, it will count as a 5-pt deduction. For every suspension, it will count as a 20-pt deduction.  

91%-100% = Excellent  |  81%-90% = Good  |  71%-80% = Fair  |  0%-70% = Intervention


Local Reading Test
The local test serves as a valid measure of progress toward grade-level proficiency in reading. The five relative placement levels are converted as shown below:

Exceeding = Excellent  |  Ready = Good  |  Close = Fair  |  Below or Far Below = Intervention


Local Math Test
The local test serves as a valid measure of progress toward grade-level proficiency in mathematics. The five relative placement levels are converted as shown below:

Exceeding = Excellent  |  Ready = Good  |  Close = Fair  |  Below or Far Below = Intervention


State ELA Test
The state test serves as a valid measure of progress toward college and career readiness in English & Language Arts (ELA). The four overall achievement levels are converted as shown below:

Standard Exceeded = Excellent  |  Standard Met = Good  |  Standard Nearly Met = Fair  |  Standard Not Met = Intervention


State Math Test
The state test serves as a valid measure of progress toward college and career readiness in Mathematics. The four overall achievement levels are converted as shown below:

Standard Exceeded = Excellent  |  Standard Met = Good  |  Standard Nearly Met = Fair  |  Standard Not Met = Intervention

 

ELPAC
This state test serves as a valid measure of English language proficiency among California's English Learners (ELs). The four overall achievement levels are converted as shown below:

Standard Exceeded = Excellent  |  Standard Met = Good  |  Standard Nearly Met = Fair  |  Standard Not Met = Intervention

 

CAST
This state test serves as a valid measure of progress toward college and career readiness in science. The four overall achievement levels are converted as shown below:

Standard Exceeded = Excellent  |  Standard Met = Good  |  Standard Nearly Met = Fair  |  Standard Not Met = Intervention


 

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