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Service Issues with READ 180 Next Generation Dashboard This Morning 11-19-2018

I received this notice this morning: Please be advised that the Next Generation (NG) Dashboards are currently experiencing a service degradation. The student performance data available to teachers and administrators has not been refreshed since November 9, 2018 for some customers. Please note that not all customers are impacted Students are not affected by this service degradation. Notification of this disruption will be posted on our Service Status Page. We are working to resolve this matter as quickly as possible and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

By AskDee
Posted on: November 19 2018
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  • AskDee

    Note about resolution received this morning: The issue has been resolved, and the NG Dashboards have been fully restored. The student performance data available to teachers and administrators has been refreshed for all customers. Thank you for your patience during the resolution of this service degradation.

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