To us, it matters. We pull data from complete courses to see how we are doing– and use the progress report as proof of a student completing a course and attach that to the certificate we create. I would not mark a course completed unless is was actually completed.
Also, I wonder about your "semester" comment-we use Edgenuity as a self-paced course so semesters don't really come into play for us. Are you using it differently? I'd like to better understand how you are using it.
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Diane Wilson, Ed.S
La Vega ISD ~ Success Academy
Waco, Texas 76705
Ahhh – that makes sense. I still do not think courses that are not complete should be marked complete- but that is your call. I wonder if an administrator at your school would entertain a discussion of allowing students to still finish these courses as an intervention-type plan. In this crazy time of COVID, it might not be a bad idea to use this as an intervention tool.
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