Summary data missing from the Class Report

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Question
Summary information is missing from the Class Report, including District and Norm Grade Level Mean RIT, and Students At or Above District and Norm Grade Level Mean RIT.

Answer
There are multiple reasons why certain pieces of summary data is missing from a Class report. See below, according to which specific fields or types of data are missing:

 
Only District Grade Level Mean RIT and Students At or Above District Grade Level Mean RIT missing

If only the District Grade Level Mean RIT and Students At or Above District Grade Level Mean RIT are missing, then your organization must mark the test window complete and then wait overnight for the district averages to be generated on reports. See District report not available or district averages are missing from reports and Declare testing complete.

 
All grade level summary data missing

If all of the grade level mean summary data is missing, including Norm Grade Level Mean RIT and Students At or Above Norm Grade Level Mean RIT, but the other fields (such as Mean RIT and Median RIT) do contain data, then this indicates that there are students in more than one grade in this class.
 
Screenshot of summary section of class report
 
Because our norms are by grade level, blended classes will not show the district summary information. Instead, you will see an asterisk (*). In order to view grade level summary data for the class, you must create two or more separate classes based on grade.


Only Mean RIT missing

The Mean RIT is omitted if your class has fewer than 10 students, and you did not select the Small Group Display box when you generated the report.. Select the small group display box in the Report Options section and generate the report again.

 
Total Students With Valid Growth Test Scores is zero

If most or all of the summary data is missing, and the Total Students with Valid Growth Test Scores is zero, this indicates that none of the tests in the class are considered valid for growth. There are several reasons this could happen, but the most common reason is that the tests were taken outside the testing window. See Grayed out (low lighted) test results for more information.

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