Reports

Actionable data that informs instruction and supports program accountability requirements is available from myON through a series of 12 reports that capture student engagement and growth in a variety of ways. Each report is designed to give educators customized information on student progress in these key categories: Usage and Proficiency, Growth Over Time, and Habits and Trends.

Quick and easy

The standard layout for all reports within myON makes it quick and easy for educators and administrators to set parameters. Flexibility within the reporting system enables users to customize the ways in which the information is presented within the report. An option to set goals and generate reports to measure progress toward them is available. 

Reports can be generated on individual students, groups of students, classes, grade-levels, whole buildings and districts. All reports can be downloaded into a CSV file or opened in Microsoft Excel and other programs.

A closer look 

Twelve reports are available to monitor student reading activity and growth, with data captured while students are engaged within the myON environment.

Educators can set goals within myON for up to 14 different data measurements, and access reports that indicate how – and whether – students are progressing toward those goals.

The Core Report provides a quick snapshot of student usage, including the number of books opened and completed, number of pages read, time spent reading, and Lexile® level.

Available reports

  • Core Report - Provides fast information around myON usage by students including how many books were opened, books completely read, pages read, minutes spent reading, and Lexile(R) level 
  • Quizzes - Shows which skills students may need to further develop (when optional quizzes are turned on) 
  • Reading Habits - Shows when users are logging in and reading on myON during the school day, before school, after school, and on weekends 
  • Timeline - Shows trends over time, allowing for comparison of multiple data points (like Words Read versus Lexile Growth) to begin understanding correlations and effects of reading practice using myON 
  • Most Popular Books - Shows the most popular titles students are reading, as well as information around the Lexile(R) level of each title and the students reading that title 
  • Most Popular Categories - Shows which categories are most popular with students by number of pages read in the category and time spent reading in the category 
  • Reading Details - Shows data by student for number of books opened, how many minutes were spent reading on myON, percent of time spent reading non-fiction and more 
  • Extended User Activity - Shows student reading activity and progression prior to the current school year (for students who were previously reading on myON within their current district)
  • On Target Lexile(R) Reading - Identifies students who are reading outside their target range 
  • Lexiles - Identifies students that haven’t taken a benchmark exam, as well as those that are off track to meet the yearly growth goal 
  • News Reading (for myON News subscribers) - Shows how many articles students have read, along with time spent reading articles 
  • News Content (for myON News subscribers) - Shows which categories and articles are most liked, and which are read the longest  

NEW Student Profile snapshot

The Student Profile includes at-a-glance information on individual student reading activity within myON. Students can access their own profiles within their accounts and educators can print and share with families.

A visual snapshot with at-a-glance information on individual student reading activity. 

Visual snapshot includes at-a-glance information on individual student reading activity
Suggested reading 

Achieving Reading Readiness

myON supports reading readiness for PreK–Grade 3

  • Provides an intuitive digital interface that is engaging and fun to use, and accessible on any web-enabled device.
  • Connects children with thousands of “just right” books that appeal to their interests and contain scaffolds, such as professionally-recorded audio to model fluency and a dictionary to build vocabulary in context. Children are inspired and motivated to keep reading and learning.