The trend reports are a powerful way to compare the achievements of your virtual school cohort year on year and in comparison to a national cohort.
Each row of the report displays a number of useful values. The descriptions below explain the meaning of the labelled values in the figure above.
A: The average progress score of the virtual school cohort in 2016.
B: The average progress score of the virtual school cohort in 2017
C: Between 2016 and 2017 there has been an increase in the average progress score of the virtual school cohort of 1.21 points.
D: A visualisation depicting the average progress score in 2016 and 2017.
E: Even though the average progress score of the virtual school cohort increased by 1.21 points (C), the average progress score of the national CLA cohort was 0.16 points higher than that (+1.37). Therefore the virtual school cohort did not make as much progress, on average, as the national CLA cohort.
You can customise the comparator domain (used by value E) by switching the value of the Comparator Domain display option.