Observe and Orient: Quadrant View
The arrangement of the schools in the quadrant view is based on their relation to both the Impact Metric and the Factor Metric. The Impact Metric is on the vertical y-axis, and the Factor Metric is on the horizontal x-axis.
The two metrics have a suggested minimum level that students in schools should be achieving (these suggestions come from Renaissance Learning). These levels are indicated by the green lines on the quadrant view ( and ).
In the example above:
Not all metrics will have suggestions from Renaissance Learning. When no suggestion exists, the green lines will not appear unless you set a goal for that metric in the Decide and Act/Adjust view .
Schools in the upper-right quadrant are reaching both of those specified minimum levels, those in the upper-left and lower-right quadrants are only reaching one of these levels, and schools in the lower-left quadrant are not reaching either level.
- The Impact Metric is Student Growth Percentile (SGP), which has a suggested goal of 66 or higher. The median SGP Reading score of all the students in a school determine that school's vertical placement on the grid.
- The Factor Metric is STAR Current Score - Reading, which has a suggested goal of 665 or higher. The average STAR Reading Scaled Score of all the students in a school determine that school's horizontal placement on the grid.
If you change to the stack view, the chosen metrics will be carried over to that screen as the initial column metrics.
You can change the arrangement of the data in several ways (be aware that changes to the view are automatically saved as you make them):
You can print a copy of the current view by selecting the PDF button in the upper-right corner .