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New tool to track student progress

DreamBox Learning today announced the release of DreamBox Learning Administrator Dashboard, a new reporting tool for school and district administrators
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DreamBox Learning today announced the release of DreamBox Learning Administrator Dashboard, a new reporting tool for school and district administrators enabling them to monitor the participation, proficiency and progress of all students within a school using the DreamBox Learning math software.

The DreamBox Learning Administrator Dashboard allows school and district leaders to track, segment and customize four essential types of information, including: student use and progress in the curriculum; concept proficiency viewed by grade level, classroom or change over time; class usage during user-specified timeframes; and school and classroom license use.

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