We’re excited to introduce District Analytics! This new tool helps district leaders and administrators clearly see whether their schools are meeting goals for IXL usage and achievement.
Now, you can see in real time how well teachers and learners are engaging with IXL, as well as whether students are meeting grade-level expectations. Plus, see how your district is tracking against your goals for performance and growth, and how well your schools are meeting research-based best practices for implementation.
District Analytics features flexible reports that enable you to zoom in and out between high-level district insights and in-depth classroom data. Each report uses clear-cut visuals to give an immediate understanding of how your district is doing. If you see something you want to investigate, you can drill down into school- and grade-level insights. This empowers you with the data you need to make decisions and take action!
Read on to learn more about the new District Analytics reports.
New district reports
This dashboard features summaries of your district’s IXL use and achievements, all in one place. It’s perfect for getting a quick pulse-check on how your district is doing, and serves as a launchpad into the other reports.
Research shows that answering at least 15 questions per subject per week on IXL has a positive impact on students’ state test performance. The Skill Usage report helps you track whether your students are meeting that goal of regular usage. You can see exactly how your students are using IXL, including how many questions they’ve answered, and how much time they’ve spent practicing.
Studies show that achieving proficiency (a SmartScore of 80) and mastery (a SmartScore of 100) on IXL skills leads to learning gains. This report helps you understand whether schools are using IXL for this type of purposeful practice. You can see detailed data on how students are practicing, reaching proficiency, and mastering skills across your district.
The Extended Learning report displays the percentage of questions answered at school and at home (outside of school hours) during the school year, as well as a breakdown of questions answered at school versus at home.
The more engaged teachers are with IXL, the more confident you can be that student outcomes will grow and accelerate throughout the school year. The Teacher Engagement report shows the percentage of teachers active on IXL across the district, as well as active teachers by school.
The Diagnostic Levels report helps you identify students that are at, above, below, or far below grade level in math and ELA based on Real-Time or Snapshot data. It also shows which students are within a Snapshot window or have yet to pinpoint their diagnostic level. It’s an easy way to see whether students are making expected progress at this point in the year. Plus, this report provides powerful filtering that allows you to customize your data in just a few clicks.
Dive into diagnostic data further with all four district diagnostic reports, or see how you can leverage IXL’s Universal Screener Levels.
With District Analytics, you have a powerful tool to successfully implement IXL in your district. Both district leaders and administrators can access District Analytics by clicking on the “District Analytics” tab in the Analytics section while signed in to IXL.