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Teachers can create assignments that apply to multiple classes at once. A couple things need to be set up for assignments to carry over to other classes that a teacher instructs:
- The teacher needs to be the primary teacher for all the classes that are sharing assignments.
- The classes must share the same course, otherwise, each set of assignments need to be made for each course or they will need to share an assignment group to link them together.
- In Veracross, a course is a collection of curriculum that is taught year over year, e.g. "Physics." A class is a year/teacher specific section of a course with a roster, room, schedule, etc.
If the above is true, when creating the assignments in the grade book, the 'Applies to All Sections' flag must be turned on for the assignments to copy to all sections of the class.