The School Readiness Report measures student progress towards meeting school readiness goals over time. The report uses student performance across all COR Advantage categories.
By default, you will see the data for all students you have access to within your account. If you would like to view a subset of students, you can click on an entity to see a more specific view, such a center or classroom view. You can also use the filters at the top of the page to look at further subsets of data.
Children are determined to be school ready if they have an average score of 3.75 in each category and an overall average of 4.0 or higher. In order to be evaluated, a student must have at least 75% of the assessment items scored in each category. For students with less than 75% completion per category, there is insufficient data to determine school readiness.
In the classroom view of the School Readiness Report, there are two sections. The first section shows the school readiness status for each period. The red circle indicates a student is not school ready, i.e. they do not have an average score of 3.75 in each category and an overall average of 4.0 or higher. The green circle indicates a student is school ready, while the gray circle shows there is insufficient data to determine school readiness. On the right, the second section shows the average of the highest scores from the current period. Again, a gray circle indicates there is insufficient data - in this case less than 75% completion for a category - to determine school readiness.
Administrators can access the School Readiness Report at the classroom, center, and organization level. At these levels, the School Readiness Report will have three columns to show the total number of students, the number of students that are school ready, and the percentage of students that are school ready.
It is important to note that the number of students in the Total Students section represents only students who have sufficient data to be evaluated (at least 75% of the assessment items scored in each category). Similarly, the Percentage column calculates the percentage of students that are school ready out of the total number of students who are eligible to be evaluated.