EdgeEX — Understanding the student Course Report


Looking for information about the Course Report for heritage Imagine Edgenuity courses? Reference Understanding the Course Report.

Students can access and download their Course Report from their Course Map. Use this page to learn about the contents of the Course Report.

Frequently asked questions

How is this EdgeEX Course Report different from the heritage Imagine Edgenuity Course Report?

The Course Report has not undergone any major changes in data points from heritage Imagine Edgenuity to EdgeEX. The contents and format of the report largely remain the same, however we have restyled it to match the EdgeEX look and feel and by making the PDF accessible.

There are 2 new data points:

  • Total Active time for the course
  • Target Progress (%) for completion of the course
Can educators access the EdgeEX Course Report?

Yes. Educators can access the EdgeEX Course Report from the Enrollment hub. For steps, reference EdgeEX — Accessing a student's Course Report.


What time zone are the dates pulled for the Course Report?

The dates are based on the local time zone set in the School Settings for the school the section is created in (that is, Course School).

Features of the report

The table below explains each part of the report. 



Feature Description
Left header information
Course Report Name and type of course.
Total Active Time Student's total active time.
Grade Actual Grade: Student's Actual Grade.
Overall Grade:Student's Overall Grade.
Relative Grade: Student's Relative Grade.


The values selected on the District Settings > Features page control which of the Overall Grade, Actual Grade, and Relative Grade metrics display on the Course Report. Values that are not selected will not display to either the student or educator when the report is downloaded.

Right header information
Report Created On Date and time the report was created.
Start Date Date the student is expected to start the course.
Target Date Date the student is expected to complete the course.
Target Progress The percent of the course the student should have completed by the end of the previous working day based on the activity due dates set for the course.
Actual Progress Completed percentage by time, which represents how far along in the course the student has progressed.
Report columns

List of each activity within each lesson of the course. 

If a course has been customized, it will be reflected on this report.


Due date assigned to the activity.

Started Date the student first began the activity.

Date the student submitted the activity.

If a student has multiple attempts, the date displayed is the date the student submitted the attempt that is counted towards their grade (for a non-counted activity, it is the most recent attempt).

Attempts Number of times a student completed the activity.
Est Time Approximate time it would take a student to complete the activity.
Total Time

Total comprehensive time it took a student to complete the activity. 

If a student has multiple attempts, the time displayed is a summation of all the attempts. 


Weighted category to which the activity is associated. 

Activities with a grade weight of Instruction are not shown.


Score the student earned on the activity that is counted.

Activities with a grade weight of Instruction are not shown.