About apps and progress data in Schoolwork
Schoolwork displays different progress data for the activities you send your students.
For an activity in a progress-reporting app, the app automatically sends information about how students are doing as they complete the activity in the app. At a minimum, every activity that supports progress reporting sends time spent.
For a list of apps that provide student progress, visit Apps with ClassKit. When purchasing apps in Apple School Manager, your school’s IT administrator should look for the Works with Schoolwork badge to find apps that provide student progress.
For other activities (for example, a hand-in request or entire app), you only see whether or not a student marked the activity as done.
For apps that report a progress percentage, Schoolwork displays the progress each student made and the average progress for all students with data across all their attempts before the due date. In the example shown, students on average completed 100% of the activity in 10 minutes.
For apps that report a score, Schoolwork displays the score for each student and the average score for all students with data, based on their most recent attempt before the due date. Schoolwork computes scores as the percentage of X points out of a possible Y points.
For apps that report a total count, Schoolwork displays the count each student earned and the average count earned by all students with data, based on their most recent attempt before the due date. Apps can send count categories such as hints used, star points, badges earned, or questions answered.
For apps that report binary information, Schoolwork indicates if students successfully completed the activity, based on their most recent attempt before the due date. Apps can send binary categories such as Yes/No, True/False, Pass/Not Yet, or Correct/Incorrect.
For apps that don’t report progress data, Schoolwork displays the name of each student who marked the activity as done (tapped Mark Done), but no additional data is reported.