The Class Breakdown by RIT and Class Breakdown by Instructional Area reports will be retired in the summer of 2024. Please start using the Class Profile Report. Read more about Legacy Report Retirement.

Class Breakdown by RIT and Instructional Area Reports

Class Breakdown by Instructional Area

Two screens showing Class Breakdown by RIT and Class Breakdown by Instructional Area, demonstrating how users can switch between the two views


Both reports show you at a glance the academic diversity of a class so you can modify and focus the instruction for each student:

  • By RIT—High-level view across basic subjects
  • By Instructional Area—Detailed view for specific instructional areas within each subject

Results are limited to 250 students per class: for unlimited students, use Grade Breakdown

Applicable Tests MAP Growth and MAP Growth K–2

Instructional coach, teacher, counselor

Required Roles

Instructor, Administrator, or Assessment Coordinator (School or District)

Date Limits

1 year prior, for tests completed within your test window range (set under Manage Terms)

Example Use for Class Breakdown by Instructional Area

You can use the breakdown reports to quickly identify areas of relative strength or areas of opportunity.

For example, for the Literature instructional area, Y. Caudill performed in a 10-point RIT band (151–160) that is below their overall RIT (166) for Language Arts: Reading, so that is an area they might need more focus on. By comparison, their performance for Informational Text is fine, because it's in a band encompassing their overall score (166).

Areas of strength or opportunity apply only for differences of 3 RIT points or more.

The Class Breakdown report includes a link to the Learning Continuum, which you can use to explore content on MAP Growth assessments.

Note: Instructional area categories may be labeled differently depending on your test version or state assessment.

Key Options for Generating a Class Report

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Term Tested: Term with the test events you want to see. For example, in the fall you might want to see results from the previous spring. Choices are limited to terms that are concurrent with or that precede the Term Rostered.

School, Instructor, Class, and Subject: The choices you have depend on your MAP role. The Assessment Coordinator can choose from across the district-wide. Other roles are limited to assigned schools and classes.