About Online Reporter

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Online Reporter (OLR) is a web-based application that provides program administrators and supervisors with expanded reporting options for their Galileo Online data. In OLR you will find the same Development Reports as in Galileo Pre-K Online as well as some additional reports such as Demographic Reports, Achievement Reports, Proficiency Profiles, Progress Milestones, Ordered Development Summaries, and Ordered Progress Reports -- but with expanded data filtering options for outcomes reporting.

How Can I Use This?

OLR enables administrators and supervisors to generate a variety of multi-level reports that reflect child outcomes including patterns of progress. Multi-level capability means that reports can be produced at class, center, agency, and multi-agency levels. With these reports, programs can look at child outcomes for the entire agency as well as for various groupings of children (e.g., children at a specific center or at specific delegate agencies). Likewise, OLR allows agencies with broad oversight, such as State Departments of Education, to look collectively and separately at all programs within their jurisdiction. The overall goal of OLR is to provide those in administrative and policy-making roles with the advantage of rapid access to information for use in setting educational goals, making and implementing plans to achieve those goals, and evaluating goal attainment.

Online Reporter includes filters that make it possible to create reports for specific groups of children while keeping individual child data concealed and confidential. For example, an administrator might wish to run a Development Profile in Early Math for children who will be five by September 30th of the current year. Creating this profile is possible simply by activating the age filter provided in Online Reporter. Other filters of interest include ethnicity, gender, special needs, financial need, program type, primary language, and custom form fields can also be utilized in data sorting. Examining the accomplishments of different groups of children may lead to the establishment of different sets of goals for different groups.


There are three types of Online Reporter user permissions:





  • All Development Reports

  • Class-, Center-, and Agency- level reports

  • User Activity Reports

  • Settings

To evaluate the progress of the whole agency, individual centers, and individual classes

eLearning Community

Only development reports that aggregate at the multi-agency level

Used by programs that govern multiple agencies and used by programs taking part in an outcomes initiative to evaluate children’s learning

Super-agency level

  • All Development Reports

  • Super Agency-, Agency, Center, and Class-level reports

  • User Activity Reports

  • Settings

Used by organizations such as a State’s Department of Education to evaluate the progress of all agencies, specific agencies, individual centers and individual classes



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Last Updated:  06.07.18




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