Test Completion Rates Reports

LEA- and school-level users may generate a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that can be uploaded into most data analysis programs and displays the total number of students who have started and completed each test. The spreadsheet also provides information about the number of students who are associated with the selected entity. The reports are described in table 1 and can be generated at different user levels for all tests or for one specific test.

Features

Table 1. Test Completion Rates Reports

Report Type Description Access
District Test Completion Rates This report contains data for the selected LEA. LEA-level users may generate a report for the LEA(s) with which they are associated in TOMS.
School Test Completion Rates This report contains data for the selected school or for all the schools in the selected LEA. LEA-level users may generate this report for all schools under the LEA’s jurisdiction, while school-level users may generate a report for the school(s) with which the users are associated in TOMS.

Figure 1 is a sample of an LEA-level Test Completion Rates spreadsheet report.

A sample Test Completion Rates Report that shows the columns listed in table 6

Figure 1. Sample Test Completion Rates Report for tests within the LEA

Column Definitions

Table 2 lists the column descriptions in the report that is produced.

Table 2. Test Completion Rates Report Column Descriptions

Column Description
Date The date and time that the report was generated
Administration Test administration year (Only the current test administration year is reported.)
Test Testing program
Test Name The grade level, test, and subject or domain that are being reported
District ID The ID number of the reported LEA
District Name The name of the reported LEA
School ID

The ID number of the reported school

  • This column is included in the School Test Completion Rates Report but is not included in the District Test Completion Rates Report.
School Name

The name of the reported school

  • This column is included in the School Test Completion Rates Report but is not included in the District Test Completion Rates Report.
Opportunity

The test opportunity number that is being reported

  • For the current testing administration, one opportunity is available per student per test for the following assessments:
    • Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for ELA and mathematics
    • CAST
    • CAAs for ELA and mathematics
    • CSA
    • Summative and Initial ELPAC (each domain)
    • Alternate ELPAC
  • Each embedded PT administered as part of the CAA for Science is one opportunity, for a total of four.
  • Three opportunities are available for each ICA.
  • Ninety-nine opportunities (i.e., unlimited) are available for the IABs.
Total Student

The number of students associated with the LEA or school in TOMS

  • For all CAASPP tests, students for whom condition code NTE or condition code PGE has been assigned are represented in the denominator of the Test Completion Rates Reports.
  • For the Summative and Initial ELPAC, students for whom a domain has been exempted or for whom the Alternate ELPAC operational field test has been assigned are represented in the denominator of the completion reports.
  • This number will not be used for accountability purposes and is purely informational.
Total Student Started The number of students who have started the test
Total Student Completed

The number of students who have finished the test and submitted the test for scoring

  • This number includes completion rates for students whose test administrator or test examiner entered results into the DEI.
Percent Started The percentage of students who have started the test out of the total number of students registered with the LEA or school in TOMS to take the test
Percent Completed The percentage of students who have completed the test out of the total number of students registered with the LEA or school in TOMS to take the test
Percent Remote Session The percentage of “total student completed” who tested remotely
Total Student Remote Session The total number of students who tested remotely