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Expected Student Growth with Progress Monitoring

There is no chart or table that will provide, or spell out, the specific growth for each student. This is 
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Lexile Scores and Determining the Readability of a Passage

We have not Lexiled the passages used on easyCBM Lite and Deluxe. Our District partners at Riverside Insights, however, have 
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Norm Calculation

The percentiles and scores for the easyCBM tests were calculated nationally-representative stratified norm sample, with 500 students drawn from each 
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Interpreting Norms

To interpret student performance on the easyCBM measures, one compares a student's raw score on a given measure to the 
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Getting Acquainted with the easyCBM System

Our easyCBM Lite accounts are free individual teacher accounts that are created and maintained by you, the teacher. The program 
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Why am I seeing multiple percentile lines on a graph?

The appearance of multiple percentile lines has to deal with the adjustment of your benchmark date range settings. When starting 
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Assigning a Progress Monitoring Measure

To assign an online progress monitoring measure, go to the “Measures” tab and click on the grade of the test 
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Can I merge, combine, or transfer data between two accounts?

When you have a Lite account, you must upgrade through that account in order to obtain the Deluxe version. This 
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Can students use a calculator on the math tests?

For math tests, teachers are allowed to read a question to a student. And by reading we mean just the 
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Administering a Math Test

Administering a math measure is the same as if the student were taking a regular classroom test. There is no 
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