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How do I enroll my students in Edge?

LGL Edge

Once your student(s) have completed their assessment(s), you are able to enroll them into the LGL Edge program purchased for your account. The teacher/parent can manage enrollment from their teacher/parent account and students can access the program using their unique student login.

Please note that Edge alignments can take up to 5 minutes to update after a student completes an assessment.

Quick Getting Started instructions

Enroll a single student

  • Click on Instruction tab of teacher account and select LGL Edge AP
  • Click on Enroll/Edit Tab
  • Locate student on page and click on the blue "Enroll" button.
  • On the Enroll Options box select the "Recommended" Assessemnt and click on Enroll Now.

Enroll an Entire Class

  • Click on Instruction tab of teacher account and select LGL Edge AP
  • Click on Enroll/Edit Tab
  • In the green Actions box, next to the "Enroll Class In", click on the Enroll button.
  • In the Enroll Class box and next to Alignment, click on Enroll ELA for ELA Edge or Enroll Math for Math Edge.

Your students are now ready to start their lessons.

List of videos which you can share with families and students to help them use LGL Edge - Click Here

Troubleshooting Guide:

Why can't I enroll my student in Edge?  "No Alignment" - Click Here

When I click on "Enroll", the Recommendation says "Tested above instructional range".  What does this mean? - This means based on your student's assessment, the student scored higher than the available courses for that Edge program so Edge is not recommended for this student. 

LGL Edge Troubleshooting Guide and Helpful Links - Click Here

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