Teachers have access to activities at all levels because Common Core State Standards do not always align with the development stages of students. Moreover, different schools teach different grammar concepts at different times. For example, we have found that our 2nd-grade CCSS materials are popular among middle schools. Relative pronouns, a 4th-grade CCSS concept, are often taught in high schools. 

On the “Assign Activities > Explore All Activities” page, teachers have the option to “Filter By Level” when they are looking for activities to assign.  Under the “Filter by Level” drop-down menu, Quill sorts activities by Common Core State Standard level and other classifications, such as Benchmark Assessments. Teachers have the option to assign activities from any CCSS level or other classification based on their students’ needs.

Quill's Grading Logic, a mastery-based system, also reflects the idea that students learn at their own pace. The student’s overall mastery status is the student’s overall average score across all of the Quill activities. 

For Premium users, the Common Core standards page, found under "Student Reports > Standards," shows teachers how students have performed on each standard. 

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