I have a few examples of students who are properly assigned to their course rosters and when liked to another page (Multi Section Pages) i see Student - disabled instead of student.
This is problematic as the student does not see their course page.
Why does this happen and aside from removing all course from the student, breaking all the section links, removing the students from each section how can i 'activate' the student?
Anyone else seeing this same thing?
When a student becomes disabled on the roster of a master class, it usually means that either the student was manually disabled or automatically disabled due to a change in the imported data. It could also mean that the master class fell out of sync with the import. When you see disabled students who should be active in the class, here are a couple of things to try:
I hope these suggestions are helpful. If you need additional help, our support team can take a look at your specific case. We would recommend going to the Help menu in your domain and submitting a request. Please let us know if we can continue to help!
We are seeing this same issue with several of our courses where rosters sync with role-based courses (rule based on student grade level). Specifically, it appears that students that have joined our school within the last two months are appearing in their classes that are linked to classes populated from PowerSchool. However, they are not being enrolled into the courses that are linked to courses that are role based.
We find it necessary to unlink and then re-link these rosters whenever new students join our schools (quite often). It would be helpful to know what we can do to better ensure that these rosters sync as expected without the need for our our intervention.
Thank you for sharing the experience you are having with role-based rosters. Our support team can help investigate a bit more by looking at your specific classes and rosters where this is happening. It looks like they are already working on this with you and will continue to reach out through your support request.
Please let us know if we can continue to help!