How to Advance a Student's Grade in School

If you are a returning easyCBM account user, the students and their assignment to groups remain as they were at the end of the last school year. The easyCBM program does not automatically advance student grades in school nor will it reorganize students in their groups. This means you will either have to advance your student’s grades in school manually (Lite Account) or upload a roster (Deluxe Account) with the student’s current grade in school. How you advance your students will depend on whether you have a Lite or Deluxe account.

Manually advancing a student’s grade in school

Manually advancing students (Lite accounts). To manually edit a student’s grade, and other student information, login to your account and click on the “Students” tab. In the Students column, to the right of the student’s name, is a blue edit button.

Click on this button and a pop-up window will display the student’s information. Make changes and be sure to click on the “Update” button in order for the changes to take effect. You will need to do this for each of your students.

If you are a Deluxe user, your account has a rostering feature that allows you to upload a student roster into our system. With this program it is easiest to advance each student’s grade via the roster. Rosters can be new or you can download your existing students in your account, advance their grade in school in the downloaded file, then upload the edited roster back into your account.

To access this rostering feature, login to your account and click on the Admin tab and scroll down the page to the Student Records section.

If you click on the upload student roster link, you will be directed to a page with instructions for preparing and uploading a student roster into your account. The steps for rostering your students will be listed there.

If your import was successful, you will be notified with a confirmation

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