Help Center : District Edition

FAQ

How do you calculate/interpret percentiles? Why does a perfect score not always equate to the 99th percentile?

The formula for calculating percentiles is given as: B / T * 100 = percentile T = Total number of 
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Do the measures change to accommodate ELL and Special Education students?

The tests are the same for all students; however, teachers are encouraged to provide accommodations as outlined in students’ IEPs. 
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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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Is there a demo site or samples of measures I can access?

We do not have a demo site, but we do provide an opportunity to view test structure on the Measures 
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Basic vs Proficient Tests

The math measures are all based on content standards. The Proficient Math tests are aligned more closely with the Common 
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Enable Measures

The ability to enable and disable measures and features are available to the Head Admin for easyCBM.  To access these 
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Where do I find the Proficient Reading Item Analysis?

After the students take the test, go to the Reports tab and select "Group." Then, click on the Proficient Reading 
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easyCBM Privacy Policy and User Agreement

To access the easyCBM Privacy Policy and User Agreement, click on the “About” link at the top of the easycbm.com page then scroll down.    

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What is the copyright policy for easyCBM?

The University of Oregon owns the copyright to easyCBM. People with easyCBM accounts are able to download and print the 
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Where can I find the research behind easyCBM?

Our most complete source will be the Technical Reports. Each time we develop an assessment, we write up the process of 
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