Edit student schedules shows scheduling conflict between classes when the class meetings do not actually conflict

The Conflicts Report and Edit Student Schedules show a conflict between two class meetings on a specific cycle day, but the times of the two class meetings do not actually conflict. The courses showing a conflict are for two different schools.

This can be caused due to multiple schools using the same cycle. Check both schools Scheduling Calendars to make sure the cycle days are set correctly for the specific date.

For example: 
The two schools (middle and upper school) use the same cycle. A specific date was set to Cycle day A in Upper School, but was a different cycle day in Middle School. When we set the same cycle days in each Scheduling Calendar, the conflicts no longer show.

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