It has been said that comparison is the thief of joy.
It can be tempting to compare your child's academic standing to their peers', but that's not how progress is made. Your child is on their own journey with their own unique circumstances.
From Meadow Montessori, "Allowing children to learn at their own pace, and grow at their developmental timetable means acknowledging their natural interests, and not imposing the adult’s idea of what the child “should” be learning. Children are natural learners. When given the freedom to follow their instinct, children will happily explore their world."
Better than yesterday. Sometimes progress in a class isn't immediate or much in the beginning but it compounds and grows like a snowball rolling down a snowy hill. The power of consistency is doing 30 minutes of schoolwork EVERY night to #1.) ace the test then #2.) understand the fundamentals essential to the next grade.