This article is about individual pieces of student work that come in after the bulk of the class. Has a teacher missed uploading work on the start date entirely? Don't stress! Learn more here: Student work has not been uploaded.
In a perfect world, all students would submit their work by the deadline, and teachers could upload everything all at once. Unfortunately, the world is not perfect. Sometimes students are absent, late, or have special accommodations, and teachers may sometimes add additional work after the assignment's official start date.
- If late work is added during an assignment: Message teachers early if there is significant missing work so that you know whether you should be expecting late submissions. Keep an eye on your messages from teachers for any notification of new or additional student work, and before submitting, double-check for work from any students you may have initially skipped. If you receive late student work, roll these students into your grading before submitting the assignment.
Note: we do not typically offer deadline extensions when you received the bulk of the work on time, so you should plan your time as if you'll receive work for the whole class, regardless of how much work is present in the initial upload. This way, even late work doesn't catch you totally off guard or put you at risk of missing the deadline.
- If late work is added approaching the deadline: If a teacher adds unexpected and significant late work late in the assignment window and this compromises your ability to submit grading on time in spite of your best efforts to follow the advice above, please send us a note. We'll work with you to determine what is fair and appropriate given the circumstances.
- If late work is added after you've already submitted work: If a teacher requests grading for additional students after you have completed grading, they should re-open the work for you by sending a revision request. (If they request additional grading but do not send a revision request, just let us know, and we can reopen the assignment on the teacher's behalf).
You will never be penalized for revision requests that simply ask for additional grading, and you will be compensated for any additional students graded. Revision requests for grading of late work are not typically as urgent as those for quality or Graider mistakes, but we hope you'll make an effort to add the additional grading as soon as possible, ideally within 24 hours of receiving the request.