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Patty Wolfe (2)
We have two students who are .10% difference in GPA in their senior class. This obvioulsy sets one at #1 and one at #2.  We have been trying to look at variables (ex: indepth classes, honor classes, etc.) that will affect GPA for their last semester. Does PowerSchool have a tool that can calculate a projected GPA with a what if---example what if they switch to a weighted class, etc.  Thanks!
Patty Wolfe
Cozad Community Schools
Tags: GPA
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No, PowerSchool doesn't have that capability. The best option would be to export the student's grades into Excel and run the what ifs there.

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Has anyone experienced a "bug" in Powerteacher Pro. I have had two teachers this week notice that when they enter grades into powerschool it is adding a decimal and 7 places past the decimal (ex: 35.9999999). It does this on some students but not all. We have checked their settings. One teacher experienced this earlier in the week and it has not repeated since; however, happened to a teacher again today. Attached a screenshot.
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Hi Patty,
What version of PowerSchool are you currently on?

We had this happen for one or two teachers. I our case clearing the browser cache fixed the issue.

Have them try that.


In our case making sure all three boxes under Settings > Display Settings >Values to Show in the Traditional Grade Column are checked solved the issue.

There is a known bug in 20.4.3.1, which is fixed in the update that was released last week, 20.4.4.

From PS's release notes:

PowerTeacher Pro -
Assignment Point Score Displays the Entered Score with Multiple Decimal Places When Saved In some cases, the displayed saved assignment score would have multiple decimal points. This issue is now resolved. PSF-28788


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