Graduation Planner

beveridge
Padawan

Graduation Planner

I have created a graduation plan for my school district.  Is there  way to have "waived earned credits" count in the "earned credits" category so as not to confuse viewers?

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Reshma
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Re: Graduation Planner

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beveridge
Padawan

Re: Graduation Planner

Example #2.jpeg

 

As you can see, the waived credits do not show up in the applied credits - just because a credit is waived doesn't mean it shouldn't be applied.  For example, a student takes an honors course, that counts in two places - so I can have it show up in one area, waive the other area and it should still be applied.