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Deleting/Resetting EOW assessments in Read 180U

Hi, I have a teacher who is using Read 180 U. She has a student in her class that is retaking the course. This student cannot access the EOW assessments because there are still scores in the platform from the previous year. Is there a way to delete this old data or reset the EOW assessments so the student can re-take? I have admin access to SAM and Leader Central and the teacher has access to Teacher Central and limited access to SAM. Thank you!

Posted on: November 20 2018
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  • AskDee

    I have not noticed a way to reset this. I am seeking to find this out. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    If I am understanding your question correctly (to delete the interim and end of workshop assessments at the end of each workshop) you are able to. Go to teacher tools>Assessment Dashboard>Students Name>Archive then click the X to the right of each assignment you wish do delete. Then, reassign it as you normally would.

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