Reviewing Leadership Report Data

This section walks you through the entire report, from top to bottom. We’ve also included helpful information about selecting data in the graphs, expanding graphs, and more!


Let the Data Do the Work


We encourage you to read the data on this report just like you would a book, from left to right. The report is organized to convey how well your active students are in the work that they have completed so far.

Let’s look at this example:


From this analysis, you can infer:

These blocks provide you with an opportunity to:

In three of the categories, we’ve also provided you with color-coded, recommended benchmarks that visually identify how well the district or school is doing in each of those categories. The % Syllabus Completion is not evaluated and color-coded as expectations for this metric vary widely across implementations. For a typical school, the percentage of the syllabus completed should be approximately equal to the percentage of the school year completed.


Selection Summary at the Top of the Report


The top of the report features a summary of the number of schools, number of classes, selected Class Categories, and selected Class Profiles included in the report.


Interactive Summary Graphs


The report features a graph for each of the four data metrics summarized in the blocks at the top of the report. Each of the graphs features an “i” icon that displays a description of the graph when selected.


Default View of Each Graph
The default view of each of the four interactive graphs displays the averages for the schools included in the report in blue.


Highlighting a School in a Graph
Mousing over a school in the legend highlights the school in purple.


Selecting a School in a Graph
Clicking on school/class name(s) in the legend causes the line to change color, and highlights each week’s data value in the graph.


Link Icon
The Link icon allows users to pick if they want to look at trends for the same schools/classes across all four graphs OR to look at different groups of schools for each of the four metrics

Schools Linked Across All Four Graphs:



Schools Not Linked Across All Four Graphs:


Understanding the Data in the Graphs

% Active Students Graph


Average Usage per Student Graph



% Average Syllabus Completion Graph



% Average APLSE Performance Graph



Additional Navigation of the Graphs


Expanded Graphs
Selecting the diagonal arrow icon expands the graph for easier reading. The user can then click the 1, 2, 3, and 4 to rotate through each of the four graphs, displaying one metric per graph. To return to the display of all four graphs together, click on the picture.


Viewing Individual Schools from the Graphs
Selecting the grid icon displays each of the schools (or classes, in the class view) included in the report. Scrolling over the graphs will display the data for each of the weeks.

Schools View
The total number of active students provides insight as to the size of the MATHia implementation at each school.



Classes View
Note that the teacher’s name displays in this view. You must select only one school in the filter panel in order to view the Classes View of this data.

The Total Number of Workspaces provides insight as to how much work has been assigned to the students.



Table View at the Bottom of the Report
A table view of the data is displayed at the bottom of the report. It contains the same data (and calculations) as the graphs at the top of the report.

Tips for Using the Table!