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What are classes (grade levels)?
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is a group of students that have the similar schedule.

For example the school has divided the 5th grade students into six classes - 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 5E, 5F:

Students that belong to 5A then have more or less the same timetable. It will probably not be the same for each kid in 5A, because class "5A" can be further divided into groups.

Individual students/gymnasiums
Most schools do not need to individual students - the lessons are defined as Math for 6A.
Or Physical Education for 1A/boys.

For certain schedules it is however necessary to input individual students. Each student will belong to exactly one class. So for example John from 4A.

US high schools
If there are no clear groups of kids that have similar schedule, then you can just input one "class" for each grade. Something like:

The word class will not represent individial lesson. For this we use words "section" or "lesson".

- It is possible to freely combine both aproaches in one timetable - some lessons can be defined for classes, some lessons for individual students.
- you can also create lessons that will be for joined "classes".

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