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

Literably will not level a student below a level that the student has performed well on. 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.

For example, if a student performs well at level F, but poorly on her next assessment at level G, Literably will continue to recommend that the student be assessed at G until she performs well at G. 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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