The Performance Levels report displays the percentage of students whose scores fall into your group's custom performance levels. The report includes a district summary pie chart and table, and it lists the number of and percent of students in each performance level for all tested schools.
Note: For information on setting up custom performance levels, refer to Defining Cutpoints for Performance Levels.
Open Assessment Analytics
To access the Performance Levels Report, click the Reports drop-down menu  and select Assessment Analytics . (Refer to Accessing Assessment Analytic Reports for details.)
View Performance Levels Report
The Performance Levels Report includes Report Parameters , Overall Performance , and Performance Levels results by school, teacher, or classroom for each cutpoint .
To view a different report, click the Switch Report drop-down menu . Select an option from the menu and click the Run Report button .
Select Report Parameters
In the Report Parameters section you can filter the data displayed in the report using the following filters:
- School Year : displays the school year selected for the report.
- District : displays the school district selected 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.
- Group By : select the way the performance results are grouped.
To run the report with the selected filters, click the Run Report button .
To export the report as a Microsoft Excel file, click the Export to Excel button .
Note: To create a PDF, you can export to an Excel file and then save the file as PDF.
View Overall Performance
The Overall Performance section displays the average percent correct score for the group , the average number of items correct , the number of students tested , the number of items tested , and the number of points possible .
Note: If there are students scheduled to take this assessment in multiple classes, they are only counted once in overall performance calculations.