In this lesson, you will learn to view Rate of Improvement charts to determine if a student is On-Track.
Where to Start
When analyzing your Academic Interventions, you can click “Academic Interventions” to view ROI (Rate of Improvement) charts.
Once you customize your search and click the checkmark in the bottom right corner to search your data, you will see the top chart displays information related to students on-track and students not on-track with regard to their interventions.
On-track and not on-track is being calculated from the ROI. On-track is defined as ROI >= the goal ROI. If there is no goal defined or no intervention attached to the probe, then that information will not be included in the calculation. To have all of your students appear in the On-Track chart, you would need to ensure all students with an intervention probe are assigned as being in an intervention in eduCLIMBER. You will also need to ensure those students have a goal within the probe.
If you want to learn more about interventions, check out our manual on Academic Interventions.