is the difference between the Stand-alone License and the Network
Stand-alone License is for a single computer with 40 users, and the
Network License is for 200 users. Both versions are compatible for
either Macintosh or Windows.
type of test results does SRI generate?
assesses a student's reading comprehension. After a student completes
the test, the program will determine a reading level and provide a
Lexile score, a grade performance score, percentile rank, stanine
and a normal curve equivalent score. Any of these scores will help
you assess your student's reading comprehension.
are Lexiles and how will they help my students?
Lexile Framework is a system that matches readers to text. Targeting
readers to text enables students to practice reading strategies on
materials they can understand. Targeted reading practice is essential
for reading growth. SRI test results are actionable because teachers
can guide instruction as well as book selection based on each student's
is the difference between the two SRI versions, interactive and print?
is needed to run SRI interactive. SRI print is a consumable print
product and does not need a computer to run.
the interactive version the student will log onto the computer to
take the test and the results will be automatically recorded and
generated for the teacher to review. The test may be given more
than once at no additional charge. Once the student is no longer
using SRI, you may delete his/her records and enter a new student
into the program.
version is a consumable print product. It is a manual test where the
teacher will need to grade each test after the student has completed
it. The test is sold according to grade, in a pack of 30. The price
depends on the grade level. Form A will be used for the pretest and
if you are planning on testing again, you will need to purchase Form