A step-by-step guide to interpreting your PASS reports, designed for administrators and other school support staff.
"Oftentimes, when evaluating students in a mental health or social-emotional context, it can sound subjective and lack the concrete data to support the actions prescribed. It becomes a gray area because many people don’t see it as factual. Data from PASS helps reinforce an objective approach to this process. Combined with the mental health component, it really helps secure our efforts."
Dr. Rachel Andler
Director of Student Support Services, South Fayette Township School District
Screen Universally and Identify SEL Barriers
Sensitively evaluate all students K-12 for potential barriers to learning with a quick, easy-to-use SEL measure that is standardized and research-backed.
Gain insight into student attitudes with easy to analyze traffic light reporting for the entire district, including demographic groups, and individual students.
Equipped with PASS data, schools have the power to proactively address and prevent social and emotional barriers to learning at both a school-wide and individual level. The insights provided by the PASS data can be used to inform a school's MTSS plan and assess the effectiveness of a school’s existing SEL programs.