The Standards Aggregate Report allows you to compare standard performance across multiple assessments for a collection of students. The report lists every standard to which the items in the assessment are aligned, but you may choose to view specific standard sets using the Standard Set drop-down menu.
Open Assessment Analytics
To access the Standards Aggregate Report, click the Reports drop-down menu  and select Assessment Analytics .
To view the Standards Aggregate Report, click the Multiple Assessments tab . Click the Report drop-down menu  and select Standards Aggregate. Select one or more assessments . Then click the Run Report button . (Refer to Accessing Assessment Analytic Reports for details.)
View Standards Aggregate Report
The Standards Aggregate Report includes Report Parameters  and scoring results organized by standard .
To view a different report for multiple assessments, click the Switch Report drop-down menu . Select an option from the menu and click the Run Report button .
To view a different report for a single assessment, click the Report Menu link .
Select Report Parameters
In the Report Parameters section you can filter the data displayed in the report using the following filters:
- School Year : Select the school year for the report.
- District : Select the school district for the report.
- School : Select the school data to view in the report.
- Teacher : Select the teacher whose course data will display in the report.
- Class/Section : Select the class or section for the selected teacher.
- Standard Set : Select the learning standard set for the report.
To run the report with the selected filters, click the Run Report button .
To export the report as a comma-separated values (CSV) file, click the Export to Excel button .
Note: To create a PDF, you can open the exported file and then save the file as PDF.
View Results By Standard
View the number of students who took each selected test .
View results by standard abbreviation . For each standard listed, view the standard description, test level, number of students tested on the standard, the average student percent correct, and the average student percent incorrect.