Helping Teachers
Forecast Student Growth

Powerful, Actionable Insights


Data You Can Plan On . . .

Now, educators can access a range of meaningful data and reports and analyze results to better understand students’ needs, plan district-wide intervention strategies, and ensure their students are on a reliable path to college and career readiness.


NEW! Progress to College and Career Report

With advanced data and reporting tools, teachers can track students’ progress over time relative to narrative, functional, and informational text performance.


NEW! Growth Goals Report

Now, teachers can set annual Lexile growth expectations for students following a full year of instruction, based on grade level and initial measures. These values are estimates based on a representative sample of students from a large urban school district.


NEW! Instructional Planning Report

Easily target instruction and interventions with data that recommends student groups based on SRI performance standards.

Providing Leaders with Maximum Data Transparency

All Access, in One Central Location


The NEW Leadership Dashboard

Provides administrators with all students’ literacy and math performance data from one central access point. With a Report Scheduler, notifications, and data snapshots, leaders are empowered to use data to drive district- and school-level decisions.

Real Time Data Snapshots

High-level data snapshots give leaders a view of student performance, average growth in Lexile measure, and percent of students who have met expected growth goals for the year.

Analyze Data to Support Systematic Growth

District-level reports provide Lexile measures and proficiency growth by school, class, and grade, helping administrators see where growth is occurring and how resources should be allocated to assist schools that need more support.

Implementation Support

Training and Support Available In-School or Online

SRI Training

With In-School or Online Support Services, your teachers will work with a highly trained SRI Consultant to:

  • Understand reports
  • Determine readiness for reading material
  • Identify and group students for intervention
  • Uncover foundational skill deficiencies