Assignment Board R180U

I am grading my students' fluency checks and writing and submitting my feedback, but it still shows up as ungraded on the Assignment Board. if I click on it, I can see where I have already scored their work and the only other option is to exit. Why are these still showing up as ungraded if I have already graded them?

Posted on: October 03 2018
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  • AskDee

    My official answer to this question is that I don't know. Please give Tech Support a call at 1-800-283-5974. They may have an answer for you. Please let us know the answer once they respond. Sometimes they escalate the problem because they haven't had anyone else report the problem to them. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    I had to click on the student's name in order to view the current ungraded work. The work I had checked was in the Archive tab, but on the class page, it showed up as the last activity I had graded (but retained the ungraded number on the side, hence my confusion). All is well!


    Thank you for explaining what happened. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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