Enter your SchoolPace username and password on the left side of the screen. If you do not know your SchoolPace username and password, please check with your school or district technology coordinator. You can also check your email. SchoolPace sends all users an automated email when their user account is created.
If you cannot remember your password, you may be able to reset your password.
For schools that are tracking Reading Practice, Catch-up Calculator is a helpful tool that will make catch-up planning more efficient and effective at supporting students that are below target.
For more information, please take a look at the Catch-up Calculator Guide.
The 2018/2019 school year is upon us! Before your school can start using SchoolPace to collect data for the new school year, you’ll need to submit a new SchoolPace Implementation Checklist, found below. The SchoolPace Implementation Checklist is a PDF with fill-in fields that asks for information about your school calendar, allows you to specify your reading practice (step) targets, and provides the specifications for user import files and student import files needed to populate SchoolPace with your school's information.
Important! Do not remove classrooms or students from the 2017/2018 school year! When you submit your SchoolPace Implementation Checklist we’ll add your school to the 2018/2019 school year. At that point you'll have a "blank slate," allowing you to add new classrooms, assign students, and start tracking data.
SchoolPace Roster Import Template
School administrators and technology specialists, if you do not use an automated rostering solution, please complete this template with classrooms, users, and students.
SchoolPace Implementation Checklist
School administrators and technology specialists, please make sure to save this PDF to your desktop, fill in the blanks, and email the completed document to email@example.com. Your school will not be able to use SchoolPace for the 2018/2019 school year until we receive this checklist.
Email both of the above completed documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SchoolPace Quick Start Guide
The SchoolPace Quick Start Guide gives teachers step-by-step instructions on setting up classrooms and entering student data for the new school year.
eIRLA Quick Start Guide
Are you using the eIRLA? If so, take a look at the eIRLA Quick Start Guide. It gives step-by-step instructions on using this powerful tool.
If you are interested in using Clever for automated student rostering or single sign-on, please contact email@example.com.
If you are interested in using Classlink for single sign-on, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SchoolPace now allows teachers to capture the level of Writer Engagement for each student.
SchoolPace now provides references to IRLA Toolkit lessons directly inside the eIRLA and eENIL. Skills that are supported by an IRLA Toolkit lesson show the relevant reading level icon and lesson number next to the skill description.
All schools that use the digital CCSS IRLA and ENIL measurement tools in SchoolPace received a large round of updates on July 31 at approximately 6:00 pm EST that correspond with the updates in the printed IRLA/ENIL materials. Wherever possible, changes to the eIRLA and eENIL preserve student score histories so that schools can make an uninterrupted transition to the new school year.
The updates include:
- Names, descriptions, and order of sections within each reading level.
- Names, descriptions, and order of individual skills within the IRLA and ENIL.
- Amount of points assigned to each skill.
- Layout and content of word banks.
- Migration of the entire ENIL to Spanish.
We've made some updates to the eIRLA and eENIL. Now, teachers will see each student's power goal in the top left corner of the eIRLA/eENIL. Click that power goal to jump directly to the related eIRLA/eENIL page. If you notice any display issues on these new pages, please hold the shift key and press the refresh button in your web browser. Please contact email@example.com with any questions!
The SchoolPace team is now offering introductory how-to webinars on a variety of SchoolPace topics. These webinars will take place weekly through May 2017. Check back weekly for new events and topics. Each webinar can accommodate up to 25 participants. Visit the link below to see a list of upcoming webinars and register!
The district dashboards in SchoolPace have been updated to provide easier access to ENIL data for district leaders. This update also paves the way for future improvements which will make SchoolPace data even more useful. Click the following link to learn more about this update:
Would you like ideas for teaching and practicing the skills, strategies, and standards from the IRLA? Now, online and print resources are just one click away! Standards in the eIRLA that contain a "resource" icon have links to teaching and learning resources for that standard. If you know of resources that belong in the eIRLA, please submit them to: firstname.lastname@example.org for review. Take a look at this screenshot for more information: View Screenshot.
SchoolPace now gives teachers the ability to enter points and evidence in the IRLA and ENIL for all students in a classroom, all on one screen. To use this new feature, navigate to your classroom. On the left side of the screen, in the Tools panel, click the Enter IRLA Data for Multiple Students link. Video: Enter IRLA and ENIL Data for Multiple Students (4:56)
Schools that subscribe to the eIRLA will find a new report in SchoolPace that shows administrators how many student conferences have happened in the past 2 weeks in each classroom. The report also shows how many students have had new evidence entered, and when the most recent student conference was recorded. To view the new report, click the Conference Activity Report link from your school dashboard. For a preview of the report, and to get more information about how the report is calculated, click here: Conference Activity Report.
If your school is using the eIRLA, you know that you can assign power goals to your students. There are two new reports in SchoolPace that group your students by those power goals. From your school dashboard, you can now view the Power Goal Data Wall by Grade and the Power Goal Data Wall by Classroom. Take a look at the screenshot: Screenshot: Power Goal Data Wall by Classroom.
This video explains how to add students to your classroom in SchoolPace. We cover several special cases, like when a student is transferring from another school or district. Video: How to Add Students to Your Classroom (6:10).
Would you like to view your students’ eIRLA or eENIL history for a prior school year? Now, that history is only one click away! When viewing the eIRLA for a student who has eIRLA data for a prior school year, you’ll now see a history section on the left side of the screen. Simply click the link for the reading level you’d like to review. You’ll see a one-page summary including all text evidence entered. Take a look at this screenshot for more information: Screenshot: View eIRLA History.
SchoolPace has a new export tool that allows school and district administrators to export student data to Excel. The exported data can be manipulated in Excel, imported into other student information systems, or used to generate custom reports. You can learn more about the new export feature by watching a short video: Video - Export Student Data!
Bookshelf is the new digital book subscription service from American Reading Company. With a Bookshelf subscription, your school's staff and students gain access to hundreds of digital books at 1-3Y, 1G, 2G, and 1B. You can access your digital books on the web, iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Complete integration with SchoolPace makes the process simple.
American Reading Company is happy to announce a new SchoolPace feature that has been requested for a long time... Clickable data walls. Now, when you view your school or district data wall, you can click on any cell to see the list of students that cell represents.
This video will show you how to use clickable data walls in your school or district: Video - Clickable Data Walls!