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Estimating a student’s Rate of Improvement (ROI) and considerations for setting a goal

An estimate of an individual student’s rate of improvement needs at least three data points — because one needs at 
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Activating the Spanish measures

To have the Spanish language translations of the math measures appear and/or the Spanish language literacy measures, the district administrative 
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Adding students

How do I add students to easyCBM? Districts typically add and move students based on the district's student information system 
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How do I determine at what grade to test my student?

To help determine the grade level tests to administer, look first at the information you already have on the student. 
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What is Progressive Difficulty?

First, the distinction between stair stepping of difficulty and equal difficulty as it pertains to reading measures needs to be 
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How often should I administer assessments?

How often teachers assess students depends on two key questions: How quickly is it reasonable for teachers to expect to 
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Percentile Rankings and Norm Scores

Our progress monitoring scoring guidelines are derived from the number of students who score at or below a particular score on 
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How do I determine which progress monitoring measure to use?

The easyCBM assessments are built on a scale of progressive difficulty, with each grade level more challenging than the previous.  
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Student login

Students log in to access their assigned assessments at: https://app.easycbm.com/+ your username. This link is also located in your account 
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Can my student re-take a measure?

The system only allows a student to take a measure once so that test effects don't come into play, especially 
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