This article will help you understand how to use the Portal to view the distribution of your students across Literacy and Math measures based on their Acadience score. Before you dive in, please be sure to review How to log in to the Portal.

As always, don't hesitate to reach out to us directly at schoolsupport@newvisions.org for assistance.


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Acadience Reading benchmark goals represent reading skills for a particular grade and time of year. Students in the at or above range have received a Composite Score of 70% or higher.

Dashboard View

The Dashboards allow users to filter students by using the dropdown menu at the top of the page. Users will see students grouped by Composite Status and performance on each measure that makes up a Composite Score.

To view this information:

  • From the Dashboard view, click the tile labeled "2nd grade students At or Above Status for Acadience Reading or Math measures."

  • Once in the Breakdown view, you can filter and group students by grade, class, gender, and more. The first dropdown selects the metric, the second dropdown filters for the students you would like to focus on, and the third dropdown will default to grouped by grade.

  • You can also switch to other subjects and administration periods by clicking on the first dropdown.

Screener's List

  • From the Dashboard view, click the Screeners category on the left side-nav

  • Once in the Breakdown view, click the Acadience metric you would like to explore further from the first dropdown.

  • Click the 1st dropdown to select the Acadience metric, the 2nd dropdown to filter for the students you would like to focus on, and the 3rd dropdown will default to Acadience Reading Composite Status.

Data Grid

  • From the Dashboard view, click the Data grid category on the left side-nav

  • By default, when generating a new spreadsheet, the most recent Acadience scores will be included. Literacy and Math measures are also available for users to select from.

  • Data from the previous administration(s) is available, but users must check those columns if they want to see them included in the spreadsheet.

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