7.0 Reporting - Comprehensive Report CRLEs

Jay Keuter -

Partner Connect utilizes a few different options for providing data to users. One such approach is via the development of custom reports that are accessible via your dashboard’s tools menu. If you navigate to your Tools menu you should see the Comprehensive Report button.  This report provides a detailed view via an exported excel spreadsheet of CRLE participation/non-participation of students at your respective schools.  We will walk you through a few steps to access that report and how to use a few of the features of that report to support targeted populations of students.


Select the button under Run a Report


Custom Reports - 2020 - 

As an alternative to the Tools menu you can also access your custom reports via this tracker we’ve pinned to your dashboard.



The Comprehensive Report  Participation Report window will open and appear as follows.  For some custom reports it might be beneficial to add custom date ranges or even modify the tags you want to include in your report.  Since this custom built report is an aggregate view of CRLE participation you can keep all the default settings and then click Generate Report.


The excel report will download and you can click on the downloaded file to open.  When the report opens it will be in a native protected view that will appear as follows.  You will need to click on the enable editing button and then a couple of additional screens will appear that you will need to click through as well to render your school-specific data.




The default view of the spreadsheet displays the summary tab, a high-level roll up of the CRLE participation data for your school.  You can toggle between the Y and N buttons in the red highlighted area to get a pivot view of the aggregate total for those students at your school.  Scrolling further down also displays data specific to Race/Ethnicity as well as Latino/Hispanic.



The all students tab/sheet is the second tab over on your reports.  This provides additional functionality to sort your data by Grade, Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Latino/Hipanic demographics.  When you select any of the demographic buttons.

Please read the information highlighted in the red box on undoing filters and selecting multiple filter items.



Student lists based upon your filter selection are rendered as well. You can scroll down and see a listing of students based on the filters you’ve selected.  For the purposes of this guide I’ve shaded Identifiable student information.



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