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Is there a report on Universal comparable to the Student Diagnostic Report from Next Gen?

My students have just started and none have completed a segment yet. I am seeing digital dashboard data with comprehension skills for the whole class but NEED it for individual students and NEED it to be searchable for grouping.

By kathyw
Posted on: August 31 2017
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  • I never used Next Gen, however, I know that while you're in the data dashboard, if you click on the drop down menu on the left, the names of the students in that class will be in the drop down menu, click on the name you want and only that child's report will show, from there you can hit the print icon at the top left.

    AskDee

    Take a look at the Student App Report. It is not exactly the same as the Student Diagnostic Report in Next Generation, but it may have enough to help you. The class version of the Student App Report may help you with grouping. Otherwise, you will have to depend upon the Groupinator. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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