How to Release Grades to Students, Allow Students to Review Submitted Assignments, and Release Data to Reports

Students will not have access to grades or submitted assignments unless teachers allow it.

Teachers have the option to release grades to students and allow students to review when making an assignment.

When creating an assignment, under Reports & Grading, teachers choose whether or not to release assignment data to reports, release grades to students, and allow students to review.

Teachers can also go in at any time and edit assignment settings.

To edit assignment settings, locate the assignment.

You can easily locate an assignment by navigating to the resource within the course. So, for example, if you want to release the grades for Chapter 12 ExperTrack Checkpoint, you can navigate to Chapter 12, locate the ExperTrack Checkpoint, and select the calendar showing the number of times assigned.

You can also find the assignment by navigating to Assignments from your dashboard.

After locating the assignment, select Edit.
Upon selecting edit, you have 3 Reports and Grading toggle options. You can select Release to Reports (so that you can view the assignment data in reports), Release grades to students (so that students see their scores), and Students can review work (for students to access the graded assignment when you are ready).
Set your toggle selections, and Save.
*In order for data to go to reports, after an assignment is closed, in addition to setting the toggle to release data to reports, teachers must change the status from closed to graded.
A. This can be completed in the status area of assignment settings (as shown below).   
B. This can also be completed by selecting Mark Grading Complete from the Submissions page (as shown below).
After selecting Mark Grading Complete, you will see a pop-up box with the 3 toggle options shown below. Make your toggle selection(s) and Save .
Once you have marked the grading complete, the assignment status will show graded, and the button will change to Report Settings.
After marking graded, you will see the status change on the assignment card.
Please note that you can go into an assignment and make changes at any time. So, for example, you may opt to initially release grades to students and reports and then go back later to allow students to review their work. Always make sure to save your changes.
 
Please refer to this link to see a video demonstration of a teacher releasing grades to students.
Please refer to this link to see a video demonstration of a teacher releasing grades to reports.