Our reports provide teachers, schools, and districts with actionable feedback. They offer a snapshot of student understanding, pinpoint skills students still need to master, identify class and school wide trends, and track growth. They also provide a common platform for teachers, interventionists, assistants, and school leaders to work from as they work together to support elementary math learning for ALL students.
Our routine Coaching support ensures that teachers, schools, and districts have a partner at their side to help analyze these reports and make a plan for sustained success.
Individual Progress Reports give teachers a snapshot of each individual student's learning needs and streamline communication between educators and other key stakeholders, including families and students themselves.
Individual Growth Reports allow teachers to monitor and celebrate individual student growth on specific standards over time.
Class Reports give teachers a snapshot of class wide learning needs and trends - allowing teachers to make informed decisions about instruction and class wide intervention.
Class Growth Reports allow teachers to monitor and celebrate class wide growth and inform PLC's and grade level team meetings.
School Reports give entire schools critical feedback on school wide performance and trends. These reports highlight areas for school wide growth through targeted professional development and support.
School Growth Reports allow schools to celebrate and support school wide growth.
"I rely on MasterTrack reports to know exactly where my students are in order to plan lessons and small group interventions effectively. I share them with parents who love how clear and simple they are to understand. I even share them with students who often interpret the data and tell me what my teaching goals should be!
In just one year, my students’ math performance on our district-wide assessment went from 60% passing to 85% passing by the end of the year! "
Carly Groszhans, Classroom Teacher, Concord International Elementary School (Seattle, WA)