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The reports in your EducatorsHandbook.com account are designed to help you quickly identify and troubleshoot student behavior at the district, school, grade, employee, and student levels.
Search for students, employees, and schools by clicking the Search button in the toolbar. The search engine is designed to return a wide array of results and work well with partial names. To find a report for Sarah Walters, you could type sarah, sara, walters, or even wal. The search engine will show students, employees, and schools whose names contain the search term. Click a result to navigate to the report. In addition to searching by name, you can also search for students by student number.
Toggle presentation mode by clicking the Presentation Mode button in the toolbar. When enabled, the system will hide student, employee, and school names from all of the reports. This mode makes it easy to share reports with a broader group of people while protecting the privacy of those involved.
To print a report, click the Print button in the toolbar. EducatorsHandbook.com will only print the report – not the system menu or other page items. For best results, disable the printing of headers and footers and adjust page margins to ½ inch or less in the Page Setup… menu item of your web browser.
Each report includes an analysis of office referrals, minor incidents, and pending incidents. Each incident type is color-coded. Switch between incidents by clicking on the corresponding tab at the top of the report.
Reports are divided into a series of cards that show you the most important data. Each card can be expanded by clicking on the card header. For example, clicking on the header in the offenses card will show the complete list of offenses and details for each. You can also click on individual card items to apply filters to the report and navigate to other reports. For example, clicking on an offense in the offense list will filter the report to only show incidents involving that offense, while clicking on an offender in the offender list will take you directly to that offender’s report. You an apply multiple filters (e.g. Physical Aggression, Hallway, 7:00 AM) to navigate the reports and incident list.
The incident list includes all of the incidents included in the report. The qualitative data contained in the the descriptions adds important context to the numbers in the analysis and the report filtering and navigation make it easy to quickly locate individual incidents. Click on any item in the incident list to view the complete details of the incident.
In order to get the most out of your EducatorsHandbook.com account, it is important to understand the details presented in the reports. Although the reports are designed to be easy to understand to a wide variety of people, a more thorough explanation of the information presented will help you maximize your experience with the system.
The incidents column shows the total number of incidents for each item and a chart showing the number of incidents per school day. The trend tells you how the number of incidents has changed over time and helps highlight the most important items on the card. For example, a student may receive a high number of incidents early in the school year, but then show improvement. The trend will help you identify this pattern at a glance and help you focus on only the most important items on the card.
The percent column shows the percent of incidents accounted for by that particular list item.
The cost column shows the number of days of class time lost to suspension and other consequences that remove the student from class instruction.
The cost per incident column shows the average instructional cost incurred per incident and a chart showing how the measure has changed over time.