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SLP: Export Students Associated to School

Introduction:

Schools may require an export of active students in the Student Learning Portal that are associated with their school. This process describes how a school user can view and export the list for enrollment and/or reporting purposes.

Details:

  1. First, select the Affiliations tab in the top menu bar.
  2. Next, tap the linked school in the “Name” column.
    The Affiliations page shows the schools that you are associated within a table containing 12 columns of school-related data. An arrow is pointing to the linked school in the Name column as mentioned above.
  3. Then choose Students from the left navigation menu.
  4. At this point, a grid will appear on the page displaying students associated with the selected school.
  5. Next, select Export to Excel in the upper right corner of the page to download a copy of the list.
    The Main Information page is displayed showing the Basic Information for the selected school as well as a User section. The user section shows a table of information to be exported which includes the student Name, Role, Login and Last Login date. An arrow points to the Export Results to Excel link at the top right corner of the page.
  6. Finally, the information in the Users section will be exported to an MS Excel worksheet.

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