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Sometimes, teachers teach in both the middle school and upper school so identifying conflicts for these individuals through scheduler can be brought into question.
Each scheduler configuration record has required fields for:
- grading period group
- block group
- school level
If the school levels are currently using two different scheduler configurations, then no, the conflicts will not be recognized. To recognize class schedule conflicts for a faculty member teaching in Middle and Upper, each level would have to have all of their classes scheduled into the same grading period, with blocks that are in the same block group, and onto days in the same rotation.
If the school levels are not already using the same grading period, additional engineering involvement will be required.