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Reading: Update benchmark assessment breakdown to allow debugging by school cohort #2808

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Who is this PR for?

internal team, project leads, mostly for validating data flowing in and related features

What problem does this PR fix?

It's simpler to debug smaller cohorts, at the school level in particular. This is particularly true for validating data and features (eg, school+grade cohort percentiles for individual benchmarks).

What does this PR do?

Allows scoping by school on the Benchmark Assessment Breakdown page. This moves the filtering by school to the server, and moves the grouping by grade to the client.

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Fake local demo data:
Screen Shot 2020-04-16 at 5 38 07 PM

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Which features or pages does this PR touch?

  • Reading: Benchmark assessment breakdown

Does this PR use tests to help verify we can deploy these changes quickly and confidently?

  • Included specs for changes
  • Improved specs for existing code in need of better test coverage
  • Manual testing made more sense here

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kevinrobinson commented Apr 17, 2020

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@kevinrobinson kevinrobinson merged commit 5f06187 into master Apr 17, 2020
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