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# Exporting Classroom Data Both students and teachers are capable of exporting data - teachers can export their classroom grade data, whereas students can export their assignments to repls. ## Student Exports Students can export an assignment to a repl, which can then be downloaded as a zip file, or worked on outside the classroom environment. Students export their submissions from their classroom page, or on the submission itself. Any submission exported to a repl will be public by default. A student who is on the Hacker Plan (or any other plan) can toggle it to be private. ## Teacher Exports ### Exporting Submission Data Teachers can export their student submission data from the classroom page under the "Student Overview" section. The data will be exported as a CSV file with the students names, emails, and status of each of their submissions. Each submission has one of the following statuses: * `no_submission` - The student never opened the assignment. * `draft` - The student has started but has not submitted it yet * `abandoned` - The student submitted it, unsubmitted it, then never re-submitted it. * `submitted` - The student has submitted it and it was not manually marked complete * `submitted_incomplete` (auto-graded assignments only) - The student has submitted without passing all the tests. * `sent_back` - The teacher sent the submission back) * `complete` - The student submitted the assignment, passing all the tests, or a teacher manually marked it as complete. ### Exporting Assignments Currently there is no place to export all of a classroom's assignments. If this is something you would like to see, please let us know on our [feedback forums](https://repl.it/feedback).