The Course Progression module allows schools to update schedule records and move students en masse upon failing a course, completing a course, or completing a program.
1. From the Setup menu, select System Preferences.
2. Select the Default School Preferences tab. Then, the Post Secondary tab.
3. Here you can identify the correct Withdrawal Codes to be used via Course Progression Pass, Fail, etc.
Selections are already made by default. Change the selections made if your district using codes that differ from the codes selected by default.
See System Preferences for more information.
4. Ensure the Course Sequence is set in order to progress students in the correct order by navigating to Scheduling > Courses & Sections.
5. At the Course level, select the correct number of sequence from the Course Sequence pull-down.
For more information, see documentation on Courses & Sections.
1. From the Scheduling menu, click Course Progression.
2. On the Course Progression screen, select the Section to Drop from the pull-down; i,e. the section the student is currently enrolled and from which will be withdrawn.
To quickly find a specific section, begin typing the name of the section, the section number, or the teacher's name in the Filter text box.
3. Select the Progression Type from the pull-down.
Course Progression: Students move to the next course.
Fail Out of Program: Students who have failed out of the program.
Course Completion: Students completed this course, but will not progress to another.
Full Program Completed: Students have completed program requirements.
4. If you selected Course Progression as the Progression Type, you must also select a New Section for which the student(s) will be enrolled from the pull-down. If you selected any of the other three options, the New Section pull-down will become inactive.
5. If you selected Course Progression as the Progression Type, you must also enter a Start Date for the New Section enrollment and a Withdrawal Date for the Section to Drop.
6. If you selected Fail Out of Program, Course Completion, or Full Program Completed as the Progression Type, you must enter a Withdrawal Date for the Section to Drop. The Start Date will be inactive along with the New Section pull-down.
At any point during this process, you can Clear all selections made by clicking the corresponding link; this allows you to clear all data entered and start from the beginning.
If a student is billed by section, the funding end date is the withdrawal date for Course Progression (Progression Type). For Fail Out of Program, Course Completion, and Full Program Completed (Progression Type), the funding end date is the WDIS End Date. If the student is billed by something other than section, the funding end date is the withdrawal date for Course Progression (Progression Type). For Fail Out of Program, Course Completion, and Full Program Completed (Progression Type), the funding end date is the end of the term.
Based on the section selected from the Section to Drop pull-down, actively enrolled students will be listed by Student Name, Student ID, Gradebook Grade, Final Grade, Attended Hours, Start Date, End Date, and the Progressed status.
The Gradebook Grade field populates with the students’ current gradebook grade; the Final Grade field populates with the students’ posted grade.
The W/D Code column displays the “Schedule Withdrawal Code” from the students’ schedules.
To export the report of listed students, click the Excel icon to export the data to an Excel spreadsheet. You can also print the data by clicking the Printer icon.
7. Select the check box for each applicable student. Select the check box in the header to select all listed students at once.
8. Once the applicable students have been selected, click the Save button to apply changes.
9. Once saved, a Results pop-up window displays which records were updated by student ID. Click OK or the X to return to the main Course Progression screen.
The Progressed column updates displaying a green check mark when changes have been saved and a course progression has occurred.
Click any of the column headers to sort data. Click once for ascending results; click twice for descending results.