OneNote Class Notebook Issues

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Hi there,

 

Recently I have been "Distributing" pages to my students in OneNote Class Notebook and the pages end up in the proper "folders" in the student books, but they always end up as subpages of an existing page. Can this be fixed?

 

Also, I have asked that an ability to lock "Distributed" pages be introduced. When I begin the grading process for completed work, all students have the ability to edit their work before I complete the assessment. Students that do work late simply ask their classmates how the work was graded, then make edits to their own pages. If we could lock these pages during assessment it could reduce "cheating". Is there

 

Students have also been erasing comments I have made on their own pages, making edits, and "submitting" the new work as original. Is there any way to prevent students from erasing comments created by teachers?

 

Some kind of timely response would be appreciated, thank you.

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