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New Release – Mar 23, 2020

March 23, 2020

Thanks for bearing with us, with the 2 planned outages this month. We’ve been working on improving server performance, as more and more schools start relying on QuickSchools for Online Learning. Here are the latest improvements:

Major Improvements

  • Fix File Upload Issues
  • Improve Server Availability
  • New Score Calculation option for SBG (See Below)
  • Expanded API support for iOS and Android Apps

General Bug Fixes / Improvements

  • QuickBooks Integration support for Canada
  • Notification to Admin when Parent updates their Contact Info
  • Improve warning message when running Summary Reports
  • Enable Print-In-Order for All Schools
  • Configure number of report cards that can be printed in order
  • Fix SBG Report Card integration when Standard Groups are deleted
  • Fix Auto-Allocation for multiple students in Family Billing
  • Fix module dependency when installing Master Scheduler
  • Fix Course Request support for Student Portal on Edge Browser
  • Fix Report Creator when reporting on students with deleted parents
  • Fix Report Creator when reporting on applications linked to deleted semesters
  • Fix Parent Relationship displayed in student record
  • Fix student re-enrollment when Leave Date is missing
  • Fix error when importing inactive students
  • Fix Student Enrollment error on Shared Online Form Packets
  • Fix Advanced Discipline PDF support for deprecated/removed Code Sets

New Score Calculation option in SBG

We’ve added a new Score Calculation option (i.e. Grading Scale for SBG) to the Standards-Based Gradebook (SBG) that respects that total number of points assigned to each assessment, similar to how the numeric Gradebook calculates formulas and the final grade based on total points in each assignment. The new Score Calculation is called “Weighted average by category and assessment“:

New “Weighted average by category and assessment” Score Calculation
for Standards-Based Gradebook

As with other Score Calculations, the settings can be set school-wide under “Grading Setup” > “Standards-Based Setup”, or can be overridden in each subject:

Override the Score Calculation in the Standards-Based Gradebook for any subject

Please feel free to chat in with questions.

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