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I can't access to SYS44 NG Students Mastery Reports in SAM.

I can't access the System 44 NG Student Mastery Reports in SAM. I only have access to class reports, but would like to send parent reports home along with the students' regular progress reports. I have full access to R180 NG reports. Anyone have any idea what my cause this, or is something to do with my district?

Posted on: November 27 2017
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  • AskDee

    There are a couple ways to do this. One is to highlight each student individually and the report should show for you. The other way is to access them while you have the entire class highlighted is to use the drop-down menu and select Student Reports in the drop-down menu at the very top of the screen next to the word "Show:" That will allow you to print all the reports in succession. You will not be able to see them until they present as PDFs though. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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