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District Administrator Features

Explore your District Admin Features on InnerOrbit! This article breaks down these privileges to help you navigate your admin account.

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Written by Sueann
Updated over a week ago

This article will highlight the 6 essential District Admin Features:

I. District Report

The District Report is where you see the district dimensional mastery by school. This data includes ALL assessments given on InnerOrbit.

The data can be filtered by assessment, time range, school year, or exported as a csv.

II. Dimensions Report

The Dimensions Report is where you (and teachers) unpack dimensional data. It gives you the ability to view the NGSS data from a class, school, or district perspective (teachers only see their data)

District Usage Graph

See all completed assessments, or narrow it down to specific teachers by clicking their names.

On the right bar graph, click on "all teachers" to see the total completed assessments. (Tip: Double Click to highlight specific teacher)

NGSS Dimension Data

See student 3 dimensional data from a birds-eye view (this is the high-level same data from your district report)

Click on each dimension to drill down into specific grade-bands and elements to take your analysis further.

III. Assignments Report

In the Assignments Report, you have an overview of all assigned assessments across the district and their completion progress.

Click on the "View the Full Report" for question level analysis & individual student scores.

Scroll down to the question matrix to see district question averages and export these data into a csv.

III. Gradebook

View all gradebooks across the district under the "Reports" > "Gradebook" tab. Customize the data by changing the settings. Or export the data into a csv with the "Download Gradebook" button.

V. Grading

Under the "Grading" tab, you will see the grading progress of all free-response questions across the district. As a district admin, you have the ability to grade all ungraded assessments.

VI. Lock Assessment

The locking feature allows you to hide assessments from anyone's view within your district, which is helpful when building common assessments. Teachers cannot access the assessment until it is unlocked.

To lock an assessment, go to your Library,

click on the 3 dots on the assessment,

and select "lock":

Feel free to contact us at if you have any questions or would like to schedule a live tour of your district admin account.

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