Google Classroom Announcements

  1. New: Export grades to Aspen SIS

    January 2022

    SIS grade export is now available for the Follett Aspen student information system (SIS). Administrators can connect Classroom to Aspen so that teachers can link their classes and export students' grades. This feature is available to school districts that use Follett Aspen version 6.2 or above. Learn more about the feature.
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  2. New: Originality reports for Google Slides files

    December 2021

    Originality reports are now available for Google Slides files. Teachers and students can run an originality report to compare a student’s Google Docs or Slides file against webpages and books on the internet. Learn more about the feature.
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  3. New: Use Classroom offline on Android

    November 2021

    We’re making the Classroom Android app work offline or with intermittent connections. Students will be able to start their work offline, review their assignments, open Drive attachments, and write assignments in Google Docs—all without an internet connection. Learn more about the feature. Read the blog post.
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  4. New: Control whether students can unenroll themselves

    October 2021

    The admin console now includes a setting to prevent students from leaving classes. If the setting is turned on by their admin, students will no longer be able to unenroll themselves from classes. Learn more about the feature. Read the blog post.
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  5. Making Classroom video meetings easier and more secure

    October 2021

    We’ve added several new features to Google Meet in Classroom, making it easier and more secure: The class Meet link is now accessible on the side of the class stream, so students can easily join and teachers can manage the link from the stream. Students will be directed to a waiting room until a teacher has officially joined the class Meet link. Guests not on the class roster will have to "ask to join" and be admitted by the teacher before they can participate, so no unintended participants join the meetings. All designated co-teachers for a class will automatically be co-hosts in the meeting.…
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  6. New: Securely sync rosters directly from Clever

    July 2021

    Google has partnered with Clever to provide automated student information system (SIS) rostering for Google Classroom. Admins can handle the setup via Clever, so teachers will no longer need to manually create classes and invite students to join them. This feature is available to Google Workspace for Education Plus users. Learn more about the feature. Read the blog post.
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