Definition: Percent of students with scores at or above minimum proficiency level
Periodicity (time period): Periodic - calculates for a specific test period
Default Cut Point:
- Proficiency Rate - Uses the level considered proficient for the assessment;
- Percentile Score - Uses a recommended cut point of 50th percentile;
- Percent Score - Uses the recommended cut point of 60%
Default Performance Levels:
Proficiency Rate - The number of levels and the default cut point will adapt to the conventions used in your assessment when returning Proficiency Rate. If your state has 4 levels and level 3 is considered proficient, then these are the default performance levels:
|Level 4||State Benchmark Level = 4|
|Level 3||State Benchmark Level = 3|
|Level 2||State Benchmark Level = 2|
|Level 1||State Benchmark Level = 1|
Percentile Score - The number of levels and the default cut point for Percentile Score is based on quartiles, where the 3rd and 4th quartile (at or above the 50th percentile) is considered proficient.
|75th Percentile and Above||Scored in the 75th percentile and above|
|50th - 74th Percentile||Scored in the 50th - 74th percentile|
|25th - 49th Percentile||Scored in the 25th - 49th percentile|
|< 25th Percentile||Scored in the < 25th percentile|
Percent Score - The number of levels and the default cut point for Percent Score is based on meeting or exceeding a recommended score (60% or 70%). There are four performance levels defined for percent score by default.
|Standards Nearly Met||40-59%|
|Standards Not Met||0-39%|
- Admin User: None.
- Schoolzilla support:
- Additional filters to limit metrics to certain schools or student demographics may be supported.
- Performance level cutoffs for metrics showing percentile score or percent score (see table below).
District and School Metric Calculation:
Proficiency Rate =
|Number of students who are at/above proficiency benchmark|
|Number of students tested in the test period1, 2, 3, 4|
- Includes students who completed the interim assessment and had a valid score in the test period, including students who have exited.
- A school’s interim assessment metrics only include students’ assessment data from when they attended that school.
- If a student is dual/concurrently enrolled, his/her scores would contribute to the school where the scores were earned.
- The student records that are used to calculate the district metric include all assessments completed while the student was enrolled in the district. See the logic below.
- The metric on District Profile/Our Schools uses a student's assessment records from any school in the district.
- The metric on School Profile uses a student's assessments completed in that school (including students who are no longer enrolled, but were enrolled when they completed the assessment)
- The metric on Our Students/Student Profile shows any assessments completed while the student was enrolled in the district, even if the student was enrolled in another school at the time.
- If the student completed more than one assessment within the window, either the most recent score or the max score within that time period will be used (see table below).
Student Level Metrics: Varies by assessment - Proficiency level, percentile rank, or percent scores (see table below)
If the student completed more than one assessment within the window, either the most recent score or the max score within that time period will be used (see table below).
Source: Varied - Interim Assessment Connectors
Update frequency: Periodic (as files are uploaded)
|Assessment||Max or Most Recent Score||Student Score Type|
|ACT Aspire||Max||Proficiency level|
|Edulastic||Most Recent||Proficiency level|
|iReady Diagnostic||Max||Proficiency level|
|NWEA MAP Growth||Max||Percentile rank|
|PALS Summed Score Benchmark||Max||Proficiency level|
|Reading Inventory (SRI)||Max||Proficiency level|
|SBAC Interim Assessment Blocks||Max||Proficiency level|
|Star - District Benchmark||Most Recent||Percentile rank|
|Star - State Benchmark||Most Recent||Proficiency level|