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Printing Reports

Star Reading reports give you more information about your classes, students, and teachers as well as student test scores, diagnostic information, and growth information.

If you do not have a PDF reader,

  1. Go to your Home page and click Product Administration.
  2. Click Download Supporting Software.
  3. Click Downloads, then click Download in the row for PDF Reader (under "Third-Party Downloads").

The Growth Proficiency Chart is designed for online interaction, not for printed output. This report does not automatically create PDFs and does not have a print function.

Who can do this with default capabilities?

District Level Administrators, District Staff, School Level Administrators, School Staff, Teachers

To print Star Reading reports, follow these steps:

  1. Click Star Reading on the Home page, then click Reports.
  2. If you have access to more than one school, use the School drop-down list to select the school for which you want to print reports. Only schools that have registered Star Reading will be listed; if only one school is registered, the drop-down list will not be available.
  3. On the Select Report page, click the report name:

    • If the report cannot be customized, the report will generate as described in step 4.
    • If the report can be customized, the Report Options page opens and you can customize the report to include the information you need. When you are finished, click View Report.
  4. As the program generates your report, the Report Progress page will open. When Star Reading is finished generating the report, it will open in Adobe Reader, or your default PDF reader. Use the controls in the reader to save or print the report.

    To select another report, click Select a Different Report on the View Report page.

    If the report is customizable and you want to change the options you've selected, click Customize this Report.

    Note: When you generate reports, a PDF file for each report may be stored on your computer, either in your temporary Internet files or your default download location. (On Macintosh computers, this location may be your computer's desktop.)

The Longitudinal Report and the Instructional Planning - Class Report have slightly different procedures; see the specific instructions for those reports.