How do I view reports for benchmark assessments as an admin?

As a District Administrator, you can view benchmark assessment reports for your institution. Benchmark assessment reports display mastery data for each standard associated with the assessment, and you can view data for the entire institution and for each school at your institution.

Benchmark report filters allow you to view data for specific teachers or classes. You can use filters to view reports based on student demographics.

You can print reports, export them to a CSV file, or send them to a server.

Open Admin

In the Global Navigation menu, click the Admin link.

Open Benchmark Assessments

Open Benchmark Assessments

Hover over the Assessments tab [1] and select the Benchmarks link [2].

Open Benchmark Assessment Report

Locate the benchmark in the Assessments list using the search and filter options [1]. To view additional search filters, click the Expand icon [2].

If reports are available for a benchmark, the reports icon displays. To view reports for the benchmark, click the Reports icon [3].

Alternatively, to view reports click the More Options icon [4], then click the View Reports option [5].

To view the Assessments list in grid view, click the Grid View icon [1]. When the Assessments list displays in grid view, the More Options and the View

Reports icons display at the bottom of the assessment tile [2].

View Reports for District and Schools

By default, the Results tab of the Assessment Manager displays [1]. In the Results tab, you can view the assessment availability status and availability dates [2], the Filter button [3], and the More button [4]. You can also view mastery charts for the district [5] and individual schools [6]. The charts illustrate the percentage of students in each mastery level, per standard [7].

To view results for individual teachers, click a school name link [6].

View Report Charts

As an admin, the benchmark assessment reports display a chart with institution-level information [1], as well as charts for each school at your institution [2].

To view charts for teachers at your institution, click the institution name link [2].

Each mastery chart lists the assessed standard [3] and student mastery level percentages [4]. You can also view the percent of students for whom no score is recorded [5].

To view a chart item summary, hover over the chart item [6]. To view mastery level details, click a chart item [7].

Filter Report Results

Filter Report Results

You can filter the displayed results using the report filters. To open the Report Filters menu, click the Filter button [1].

By default, the chart displays results in Mastery view [2]. However, you can view mastery per item by clicking the Item Analysis radio button [3].

To view assessment results for a specific school at your institution, click the School drop-down menu [4]. All schools at your institution display in the School menu.

To filter assessment results by a specific class, click the Class drop-down menu [5].

To filter assessment results by a specific demographic, click the Demographic drop-down menu [6].

To filter assessment results by school year, click the School Year drop-down menu [7].

You can also filter the displayed results to include or exclude data.

To view archived data in the report results, click the Include Archived Data checkbox [8].

To exclude standards or items with no score results, click the Exclude No Scores checkbox [9].

To exclude report data for any remote assessments, click the Exclude Remote Scores checkbox [10].

To save your changes, click the Apply button [11].

View Item Analysis

If you view the results by item analysis [1], you can view institution-level data for each item in the assessment. Each item displays the item title [2], a link to the associated standard [3], a chart illustrating the number of students who selected each available response [4], and the assessment metadata [5]. Assessment metadata includes the item type, the number of points the item is worth within the assessment, the item's Depth of Knowledge score (DOK), and the item number.

If an item is multiple choice, a bar displays the number of students [6] who selected a response [7]. Correct responses are circled [8]. To view bar details, click the bar [9].

If an item is not multiple choice, a bar displays the number of students [10] and the points they received [11]. Maximum number of points possible is circled [12].

Note: If no DOK score is available for an item, n/a displays in place of a DOK score.

View by Demographics

View Data by Demographic

To view data for students with specific demographics, click the Demographic drop-down menu and select the Gender, Race, FRL, IEP, ELL, or the Hispanic or Latino option.

View by Multiple Demographics

View Multiple Demographics

To view data by more than one demographic option, click the Demographic drop-down menu, and select the Custom option [1]. Click one or more demographic checkboxes [2]. Then, click the Apply button [3].

Download or Print Report

To view the download or print options for a report, click the More button [1].

To download the report, you can export the report as a CSV file [2] or send the report to an external server [3].

To print report results, click the Print link [4]. The report opens in a new browser tab and your browser's print settings display.

Export Scores as CSV

Export Scores

Enter a title for the export in the Export Name field [1].

Select the format for your export using the Export format options [2]. By default, the Classic format option is selected. You can also select the Expanded format option. For more information about the format options, click the Information icon [3].

Then, click the Export button [4].


  • The Classic format CSV displays standard alignment, points possible, and correct answer choices as column headers.
  • The Expanded format CSV includes student demographic information and individual columns for standard alignment, points possible, and correct answer.
  • The ethnicity column of the Expanded CSV export refers to Hispanic or Latino student demographics.
  • After you download your CSV file, you may need to extract it from a zip folder.

View Data Export Status

The Data Export page opens to the My Downloads tab [1]. While the system processes the data export, an In Progress icon displays [2].

When the file is exported and ready for download, a Download icon displays [3].

Manage Export

To download a ZIP file containing the CSV file(s), click the Download icon [1]. The downloaded ZIP file is named in the following format according to the date of the export, time of the export (universal time), and the export name: MM-DD-YYYY_Hour_Min_Sec-[export name].zip.

To remove a download from the My Downloads list, click the More icon [2] and click the Delete option [3].

View CSV Download  

Open the ZIP file and view the downloaded CSV file for each assessment in the export.


  • CSV files contained in the ZIP file are named in the following format according to the name of the assessment, the assessment ID, and date of the export: [assessment name]_[assessment ID]_YYYY-MM-DD.csv.
  • Assessment and export names in the exported files include underscores in place of spaces.

Send Scores to Server

Send Scores to Server

To send scores to a server, enter a title for the export in the Export Name field [1].

Select the SFTP connection where you want to send scores in the Connection drop-down menu [2]. Once you select a server, the server data displays [3].

Select the format for your export using the Export format options [4]. By default, the Classic format option is selected. For more information about the format options, click the Information icon [5].

Then click the Send to Server button [6].

Note: To send an export to an external server, you must first set up a server connection.