Make more informed decisions using Classroom analytics

What’s changing

We’re introducing analytics in Google Classroom, providing a centralized view of Classroom data and insights for educators and education leaders. 
Designated education leaders and support staff now have direct visibility into student performance and engagement in the classroom, including if assignments are being completed, how grades are trending, and how Classroom features are being adopted. Education leaders will see a bird’s eye view of insights, with the ability to easily drill down further to identify which students, classes, and schools may need support. 
Educators will also be able to see the same type of data for the classes they teach, providing them with a centralized snapshot of how each student in their class is trending. For example, if an educator sees that a student has low assignment completion this month, they can drill down to the list of missing assignments and follow up to see how to best support this student. 

Who’s impacted 

Admins and end users 

Why it matters 

This feature provides relevant insights that are immediately actionable, so education leaders and educators can make informed decisions around how to best support student success. 

Getting started 

Admins: Super Admins automatically have access to Classroom analytics and must enable Classroom analytics for designated education leaders to access data on the entire organization or limited to specific organizational units. Educators will automatically be able to see class-level analytics for their classes. End users: 
Education leaders and support staff:
If enabled by your admin, you can access Classroom analytics directly from the Classroom homepage. Visit the Help Center to learn more about analytics dashboards for education leaders and support staff. Teachers:
You can automatically access class analytics from the class page header or on a class card in the Classroom homepage. Visit the Help Center to learn more about class analytics for educators.

Rollout pace 

Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains: Gradual rollout (up to 15 days for feature visibility) starting on November 7, 2023 


A Google Workspace for Education Plus license is required to access this feature for both education leaders and educators. Learn more about assigning licenses in the Help Center. Resources