My student did poorly (0-40% comp. and/or 0-89% accuracy), but stayed at the same level. Why?

Literably will not recommend that a student re-assess at a level where she's already showed independence.

For example, if a student reads independently at Level F, but struggles on her next assessment at Level G, Literably will recommend that the student take her next assessment at Level G.

This practice mirrors traditional manual running records where a teacher that has just increased a student's level will stop assessing a student at the point where the student begins to perform poorly, but not re-assess the student at a lower level.

When this is affecting a student's leveling recommendation, "(floor)" will be added to the recommendation at the top of the running record.

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