After your students have started working in Imagine Math Facts, you can view their progress using the Student Progress Report. The Student Progress Report provides a summary of each student's progress toward math fact mastery and helps you interpret student performance across all operations (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division). Administrators can review the Student Progress Report for any student in their school or district. Teachers can view the Student Progress Report for any students that are assigned to them. The Student Progress Report updates hourly.
Watch this short instructional video on how to use Student Progress Reports.
To view the Student Progress Report

Log in to the Math Suite. If this is your first time logging in, choose Imagine Math Facts.
 Click Reports > Student Progress in the navigation pane.
 Search or scroll to find the student that you want to view the Student Progress Report for, then click the student's name.
 The Student Progress Report has 3 sections that show overall student progress: Mastery, Usage, and Growth.
 In the Mastery section, you can see student progress on Fact Mastery or Pre & PostTests. After a student takes a Pretest, click Fact Mastery to see current student progress towards mastery of math facts for each operation. If a student has passed the math fact in a Pretest or a formative assessment or answered the fact correctly during gameplay, it will appear green, or "Proficient." If a student missed the math fact in a Pretest or formative assessment or answered a fact incorrectly during gameplay, it will appear red, or "Developing." If a student has not encountered a math fact yet, it will appear gray. Click the operation (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, or Division) at the top of the report to view student mastery towards each operation.
 Click Pre & Post Tests to view student growth between the Pretest and Posttest. If a student has passed the math fact in a Pretest, it will appear green, or "Proficient." If a student missed the math fact in a Pretest, it will appear red, or "Developing." If a student has not encountered a math fact on a Pretest or Posttest yet, it will appear gray.
 The Usage section of the Progress Report shows the Average Weekly Fact Time that a student has spent using Imagine Math Facts and a breakdown of their athome and atschool use. The progress bars show the estimated time remaining until a student completes an operation. For additional usage information, you can view the Student Usage Report.
 The Growth section of the Progress Report shows a student's Pretest and Posttest scores for comparison. If a student receives a Pretest score that doesn't seem appropriate for their skill level, click Reassign PreTest(s) to reassign a Pretest. School Administrators and Teachers can reassign a Pretest.