The School Administrator roll is a combination of the district administrator and  Teacher roll permissions. School administrators have the ability to toggle between the teacher and school management dashboards. 

Teacher Dashboard

School Administrators have the same dashboard as teachers. For a article covering the teacher dashboard please click the button below.

School Administrator

Navigation:

To view Reporting you will first need to log in to your district administrator account. Once logged in you will need to find the Reporting icon on the screen. It will be the second option from the right  Below is what the icon looks like: 

Once you click on Reporting you will be presented with a new screen. Below  you will see the following buttons: 

Each of these areas have there own data set and can be useful to administrators in their own way. Lets go over each of these sections as they appear in order:

Reporting sections: 

Upload history

A chronological record of files uploaded to the Typing Agent servers from your account. 

Grade Level Scheduled Tests

Shows a per grade graph of the results of a district-wide scheduled test  

School Activity

7 day, 30 day, and all days record of actions taken by staff users in the account.

Usage Report

Monthly Usage Report: Customizable by date range, this report shows the number of active teachers and students in the program

Detailed School Usage Report: Customizable by date range, this report displays a per school list of the number of Active Teachers, Students, Lessons Completed, Time Spent, Average Accuracy, and Average WPM.

Teacher Usage Report:  
Customizable by date range, this report shows teachers use of the program. This report also displays the Number of Active Students, Lessons Completed, Time Spent, Average Accuracy, and Average WPM of that teachers students.  Please note: for teachers with students who report to multiple teachers, reporting is only displayed for that students primary teacher. Teachers who are co-teachers of a class, those who are listed as the primary are provided with the scores of that class. 

Grade Usage Report:
Customizable by date range, this report shows usage on a per school per grade basis. This report also displays the Number of Active Students, Lessons Completed, Time Spent, Average Accuracy, and Average WPM of the students.

Export/Download button:  
For all reports in the Usage category in the top right there is a download symbol (an arrow pointing downward with a line underneath) That is the export or download report button. Just click that button and export any of these reports as a CSV file.  

Custom Reports

Reporting that can be broken down into three categories School, Classroom, and Student. Each of these categories provides several data point options to give allow you to choose what info you wish to retrieve. Because there are so many options we have created an article that lists all the options and their corresponding definitions:  

How to use Custom Reports:
In each section of Custom Reports the tool is the same.  You will have two windows, the one on the left will have data point options for you to select. The window on the right will be the options the report will run. Using the arrows in the middle and your mouse simply select the data points you wish to run and click on the arrow pointing right to move that option to the right screen. Once there, you can click and drag the options in the order you wish them to appear on your report. Any option on the top will appear on the leftmost side of the report.

Once you run a report the information will appear below the green Run Report button. if you wish to export this information look for the blue arrow icon that will appear  

Depending on the information requested and the size of your account a report can take a few moments to display. 

Activity summary 

A per class report that details a per lesson breakdown of student performance.
This reports can be filtered by class and by day. days are broken down into today, 7 day, 30 days, 60 days, and 180 days.  

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