tags videoFilter students with custom categories.

By default, eduCLIMBER lets you filter students by common demographics like gender, ethnicity, disability status, etc. But tagging students allows you to group up students however you want to.


TIP: eduCLIMBER advises that adding school/district names, grade levels, school years, and similar labels to your Tags is unnecessary. Whenever you are filtering students by tags, you can also filter by school, school year, etc. so adding that info. to the Tags themselves just makes our Tags more complicated and bloated than they need to be.




Every student who receives ADSIS services at any point during the school year must be tagged in eduCLIMBER. These tags allow our districts to complete their mandatory reports to MDE.

Add one or more of the following tags: 🏷️ ADSIS Reading, 🏷️ ADSIS Math, and/or 🏷️ ADSIS Behavior:


If a Student Exits ADSIS Mid-Year

We do have EXIT tags in eduCLIMBER — ex. 🏷️ "ADSIS Reading EXIT" — and here's 🎥 how to swap a normal ADSIS tag for an exit tag (1:12).

You are not required to use the EXIT tags. What your district needs for MDE reporting is for the student to have an ADSIS tag, period. It doesn't matter if it's a normal one or an EXIT one.

The EXIT tags allow schools, mid-year, to filter out students who are no longer receiving ADSIS services vs. students who still are. If that's important to your school, then use the EXIT tags. If it's not, then don't.



Related Topics
  • You can sort by Tags when you're creating Charts.
  • You can sort by Tags when you're creating Data Walls.

Tech Support

Email [email protected] to submit a support ticket. Support staff at the SCRED office will address your issue ASAP and wrap in a Services Coordinator if needed.

You can also check out eduCLIMBER's page on Tags.

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