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Topic Progress Monitor Score

What does the Topic Progress Monitor Score in the Progress Monitoring report measure? I have a student with a low Topic Progress Monitor Score but a high comprehension score and another student with the reverse. How should I interpret this?

By AJones
Posted on: December 10 2018
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  • AskDee

    As I understand the software, the Progress Monitor is not a single specific test. If students score 70% or below on Code or Words Strategies Topics, they will automatically review those Topics up to two additional times. This is on the portions of the Topics after the student has practiced. If students score below 100% on Sight Words Topics, they will review those Topics up to two additional times. (1 of 2) Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    AskDee

    Continued answer: Sight Words Topic Progress Monitor scores that are too low are not flagged so when I take a quick look at the reports it can be a little confusing because the score seems high enough. (2 of 2) Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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