How can District Admins view usage reports by subject?

Updated 1 month ago by Sharon Valeris

District Admins can use the "Usage Report by Subject" to easily view which subjects are being used the most or the least in the district.  They can also see detailed usage information regarding what types of activities the students have been working on in Progress Learning and the time spent on these activities. To see this report follow these steps:

  1. From the home screen of your District Admin dashboard, click on the "Reports" icon in the navigation menu on the left side of the screen.

  1. Click on the arrow next to the “All Reports” drop-down menu and select “School Reports”.  You can also scroll to the bottom of the page.
  1. Click on "View Reports" under "Usage Report by Subject".
  1. In the drop-down menus, you can select to see usage data for a single school or cumulative usage for multiple schools. You can also select a single subject or multiple subjects. To see an overall list of which subjects are being used from most to least across the entire district, select “All Schools” and click “Run Report”.
Selecting "All Schools" will generate a report that shows the total combined usage across all of the schools in your district. To see this information for each school individually, you will need to select the specific school and run this report for each school in the district.
Note:: The new Progress Learning platform launched for the 2022-2023 school year in August of 2022. There is currently no previous year's data available because this is the first school year of the launch. This data will start to become available at the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year.
Please note that the report may take a few seconds longer to load if there is a lot of student and teacher data to be pulled into the report.

  1. The report will show the total number of activities completed for each subject. You can also see the total number of assignments, assessments, and study plan activities completed along with a bar graph. The list will appear in descending order from the most used subjects to the least used subjects.

Tip: To boost engagement with any subjects that may be underutilized, make sure all teachers know that this resource is available to them and have them attend a "Getting Started" training. Visit our Live Training Calendar to register for free training.

  1. Report Options: You can choose to see the same report based on the total time spent on activities or by the total number of questions answered. You also have the option to export the data to excel or print the report.
  1. Here is a sample of a report that has been exported to excel:

  1. Here is a sample of a printed report:

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