How to create comments without the use of qualifiers

How to create comments without the use of qualifiers

Some of your school boards or administration don’t like the use of qualifiers like: always, consistently, sometimes etc. We have written an entirely new database of comments that avoid qualifier language altogether. You now have the option of using Qualified or Non-Qualified comments in your reports.

When creating a new class, choose the comments you'd like to use.

To switch an existing classroom to non-qualified comments, follow the below steps:

  1. Click the Classroom Settings button
  2. Check the box "Qualifier-free comments"


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