So far as Google Classroom is concerned, you’re trying to assign work to a student at .
So what happens if you want Google Classroom, and you can’t wait for Google to solve the multiple domains issue?
Whatever the situation, migrating data between accounts will most likely eventually happen at your company.
If you create separate accounts, you'll have 50 free users per domain. Domain aliases will work, but all sites will share the same limitations on how many users can be created (quotas).Separate accounts will each have their own independent quotas.Migrator was built to help companies avoid the error prone, manual ways of transferring data.We improved upon our tool last year when we added support for migrating data between Google to Google Apps accounts or Google Apps to Google accounts.Google Classroom allows instructors to more easily manage class assignments via Gmail and Google Drive, and the solution integrates well with a number of other Google apps like Calendar and Sites.With Google Classroom, teachers can create classes, assign students to those classes, and then assign work to those class rosters.Migrating data between accounts is not just an issue for businesses.Here at Backupify we also work with universities and schools across the world and many EDU customers turn to Migrator to help them move graduating students to an alumni domain for example.Using multiple domains is option #2 on Google’s GAFE Domain Best Practices document.The opening topic in Google’s own Google Apps for Education deployment guide is supporting domain aliases and subdomain mail routing.