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Missing the Workshop Assessment Reports for Some Students?

Some students who joined the class later in the year have been enrolled and participating fully in Read 180 Universal for months now. For those students however, I can't seem to print their Workshop Assessment Reports. They took the tests and I can print out their actual test, but the report that makes error analysis easier isn't available, just for those students. Is there some box that needs to be checked or unchecked somewhere? Thanks in advance!

Posted on: May 16 2017
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  • AskDee

    I am not finding any reason why one group of students would not show on the report, except that one group of the students is taking Level A tests while the other group is taking Level B tests. Both groups results will not show on the same report. You would have to toggle between each report and print the report separately. Let me know if that is what is going on. If not, I will do some more exploring. Dee Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    They all took the same test. Still not sure why I can print their actual test, but not the report.

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