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Introduction
 
Class Action Gradebook Homeschool Edition is designed for grading multiple subjects where students may be at different levels.
 
When you open the Sample Class, you'll see the Summary page for Reading. There are two rows of tabs above the Summary. The top row allows access to each of five subjects, Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies. When you create your own class, you'll be able to specify the subjects you are teaching.
 
The lower row allows you to access assignments and reports. The first is the Grade Summary, followed by tabs named after assignment categories (which you will specify in your class) and reports.
 
The Grade Summary view gives you an overview of each student's grades and missing assignments. It can be printed out (displaying either students' names or ID numbers). You can enter student names directly into the gradebook here, or by double clicking on a name, enter or view more detailed information about a student.
 
The next three tabs in Reading open views of assignment categories. Grade information can be entered for each assignment. More detailed information about an assignment can be viewed by double clicking on an assignment column. Assignments can be entered and viewed as points, percents, or letters.
 
The last five tabs open reports. Select a student in the gradebook and click a tab to view a report on that student. Select an assignment in the gradebook and click on the "Assignment Report" tab to view an assignment report.
 
Reports can be printed for a single student or an entire class or e-mailed with the click of your mouse.
 
For a tour of Class Action, Start Here.
 
For more about Class Action's reports and graphs, see Class Action Reports.
 


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