This is how easy it is for teachers to view past Student Performance Data for the students in their current classes. So that as a teacher prepares his or her lesson within a unit of study, they can see how their students performed on previous state and local assessments as: (1) a class by domains, clusters, and standards; (2) a small group by scale scores and performance levels; (3) individuals identifying a students' strengths and weaknesses in the subject area to be taught.
Districts want to share data with their teachers, but teachers don't have the time to read and to search through endless paper reports produced in different formats from different systems. Trying to find what they need is very difficult , if not impossible. School leaders realize that without teachers having their students' performance data easily accessible as they prepare instruction, significant improvements in student outcomes are unlikely.