What does the "Enable Override Assessment Level" Setting do?

What does the "Enable Override Assessment Level" Setting do?

Enabling the override assessment feature allows your student to take a Classworks assessment at a different level. Typically, this feature is used for students needing accommodations or enhancement opportunities in the individualized learning assignments, but it is an option in other applicable circumstances, as needed.

1. Click on the name of the student. The Student Details screen will appear.

2. Click student settings in the top-right.

3. Under Grade Level Assessment Override, check the box next to the subject and choose the grade level desired. This will allow the student to be assessed at the grade level you selected.


4. Click Save!
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