Thursday, April 28, 2011

March Retest Results in EDW

The 2011 MCAS March Retest results were added to the EDW today.  The data are available through the following reports in Public Folders > ESE MCAS Reports:

  • R-610 Student Test Results*
  • R-613 Student MCAS History*
  • R-616 Test Item Analysis Roster
  • R-617 Student MCAS Roster
* Remember! Running student reports with one page per student will generally take 20-30 seconds to run per student. These should run for very small numbers (<10), or scheduled to run at night for larger numbers up to 100.

For a quick thumbnail what these, and other, EDW reports look like, please see the EDW Report Thumbnails   

In addition, a student data file (.xls and .dat formats) is available to districts and schools, and student roster reports (.pdf format) are available to schools, through DropBox Central in the DESE security portal. On May 9th, superintendents will receive Parent/Guardian Reports via UPS and ELA Composition images will be available at the MCAS Service Center. For more information on this data release, please see http://www.doe.mass.edu/news/news.aspx?id=6141.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Feb 2011 MCAS Biology Results in EDW

The 2011 MCAS February Biology results were added to the Education Data Warehouse (EDW) as of 3/24/11.  The data are available through the following reports in Public Folders > ESE MCAS Reports:
  • R-408 Detailed School Performance Distribution
  • R-610 Student Test Results*
  • R-613 Student MCAS History*
  • R-616 Test Item Analysis Roster
  • R-617 Student MCAS Roster
For a quick thumbnail what these, and other, EDW reports look like, please see the EDW Report Thumbnails

The ESE does not report aggregate school, district or state results for the February Biology administration so any report that relies on these measures does not have the 2011 February Biology prompt option.

PDF student rosters reports were also placed in each school’s MCAS 2011 dropbox.

* Remember! Running student reports with one page per student will generally take 20-30 seconds to run per student. These should run for very small numbers (<10), or scheduled to run at night for larger numbers up to 100.