How do I control the way sub-standards affect mastery status of parent standards?

If you add sub-standards to a tracker, the overall mastery status of a sub-standard rolls up to the parent standard. If there are multiple sub-standards, trackers settings control how the sub-standard mastery statuses roll up to the parent standard. You can roll up the minimum status or an average of the statuses.


  • If you have not assessed the parent standard, mastery levels do not roll up until all sub-standards have been assessed.
  • If the parent standard has its own assessments, the standard proficiency settings control the mastery status of the parent standard.

Open Tracker

In the Global Navigation menu, click the Trackers link [1]. In the Trackers page, click a tracker name link [2].

View Single Sub-Standard Mastery

View Sub-Standard Mastery

In the Tracker View page, you can view the mastery status of a sub-standard [1].

By default, if there is only one sub-standard, the mastery status of the sub-standard rolls up to become the status of the parent standard [2].

View Multiple Sub-Standards Mastery

View Multiple Sub-Standards Mastery

If there is more than one sub-standard, the lowest mastery status [1] rolls up to become the status of the parent standard [2].

However, you can choose to use an average of the sub-standard mastery status values as the parent standard mastery.

Open Tracker Settings

To open the Settings menu and change the sub-standard proficiency calculation method, click the Settings button.

Open Sub-Standard Proficiency Settings

Open Sub-Standard Proficiency Settings

To change the calculation method for sub-standard proficiency roll-up, click the Sub-Standard Proficiency drop-down menu [1]. Select the Average option [2].

To save your changes, click the Save button [3].

Learn more about customizing your tracker settings.