Report abuse

Report a post, comment, or class that you believe violates Classroom’s abuse program policies.

Who can report abuse?

Only students using a personal Google Account for Classroom can report abuse.

If you’re a G Suite user, contact your organization’s administrator to report a violation.

To find out your account type, check the email address you use to sign in to Classroom. If it ends with @example.com, you can report abuse, but if it ends with @yourschool.edu, you can’t.

If you’re not sure what kind of account you have, see how to sign in to Classroom.

What happens when you report abuse?

When you report a class as abusive, the report and the class are reviewed. Classes that violate the abuse program policies are scheduled for removal. If you're the primary teacher for the class, you can  request a review during the time the class is scheduled for removal.

If you report a post or a comment as abusive, it’s removed immediately.

Report a class for abuse

Note: A teacher can’t report a class they teach.

  1. Tap Classroom "".
  2. On the class card, tap More "" and then Report abuse.
  3. Tap what you'd like to report and if needed, select a category.
  4. Tap Done or Submit.
Report a post or comment for abuse
  1. Tap Classroom "" and then the class.
  2. Choose an option:
    • To report a post, on the post, tap More "" and then Report abuse.
    • To report a comment, tap number class comment and then the comment and then Report abuse.
  3. Tap what you'd like to report and if needed, select a category.
  4. Tap Done or Submit.

What if your class was reported?

If you're the primary teacher of a class that’s scheduled for removal, you can request a review.

Request a review
  1. Tap Classroom "".
  2. On the class card notice, tap Request a review.
  3. Tap Submit.
  4. If a review was already requested, tap OK.
  5. If the review is complete, tap Request another review.
  6. Tap Submit or OK.
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