Segment repeat Read 180 Universal

I know at one time I could have a student repeat a segment that they have already completed, or are in the middle of completing. I cannot find how to do this anymore. Is this no longer an option? I have students in my class who are in their second year of Read 180 (mixed with students who are new to the program) and I want them to re-do the Mindset Matters Workshop since that is the first workshop everyone has to do before moving on. Does anyone know how to do this? I do not want to create for them a whole new account.

Posted on: August 28 2018
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  • AskDee

    It is possible to change the students' levels and make it possible for students to work in the same topic again, but I don't think that makes Mindset Matters available again. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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