Why was my student assigned a certain skill in their ILP?

Why was my student assigned a certain skill in their ILP?

Recommended Skill Units can be assigned based on student test data (such as the Classworks Universal Screener, NWEA MAP, Renaissance Star, etc) or by a teacher or staff member.

To see who or what assigned a specific skill, first navigate to the Individualized Learning tab, use the filters to narrow down your list of students, then click the view detail button.

Next, click the + symbol to the left of the Skill Unit in question and click History.

You will then be able to see what test data or person assigned that skill for the student!

To find out why a student might be working on skills you haven't taught yet, visit this article here.
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