Archive for September, 2017

AzMERIT ELA & Math Reports Back Online

Posted by on Tuesday, 12 September, 2017

After a redesign and data quality review, we are pleased to announce that both the Administrator and Teacher versions of the AzMERIT ELA & Math Reports have been re-added to the SUSD Data Wall (see links below).


AzMERIT: ELA & Math (Teacher View)

These reports provide sites with an overview of how ALL of your students have done on both the ELA and Math portions of the AzMERIT exam.  Clicking on the performance bands within the chart will also produce an exportable list of students within that specific testing range.

Please note that this test does NOT provide individualized breakdowns of student performance specific AzMERIT end of course test (e.g. Algebra I, Geometry…etc.).  For this view as well as for performance on individual test strands or clusters, you will want to view one of the following reports…

AzMERIT Results by SchoolBreakdown of student performance by test name.

AzMERIT Standard PerformancePerformance bands with proficiency scores for individual test strands.

AzMERIT Test Strand Growth- Year to YearGrowth of test strands from one testing year to the next.

Suspension & Expulsion Data Temporarily Unavailable

Posted by on Thursday, 7 September, 2017

Due to data integration issues related to Review 360 we will be removing information regarding Suspension and Expulsion data on the SUSD Data Wall.  Once these data integration issues have been addressed by Review 360 we will be returning these data to the SUSD Data Wall pending a quality review.

AzMERIT Math Data: Grades 9-12

Posted by on Friday, 1 September, 2017

Aggregate totals for Spring 2017 Math results for students in grades 9-12 can now be viewed in the AzMERIT Math Proficiency KPI tile on your data wall (see below).

Please be aware that these results represent the students’ grade designation LAST YEAR (i.e. the school year the students took this test).  Students listed as grade “99” are students who graduated at the end of the 2016-17 school year.

We apologize for the delay in getting this data to post and we will continue to work with our vendor partners to make sure that turnaround time is optimized for all assessment information.