In this presentation, we will address how Google Classroom Fundamentals (GCF) can create a data-driven and objective classroom experience for learners through tracking and reporting assessments. Google Classroom is a learning management system (LMS). These systems increase student productivity by simplifying and automating assignment grading. Within the capabilities of GCF, teachers can create assessments with pre-defined rubrics, assessments can be automated (multiple-choice testing), and rubrics provide objective standards for evaluating student work. Teachers then offer real-time, direct feedback for students to check, reevaluate, and improve their comprehension on subject matter. Moreover, using digital assessments saves teachers time in grading and familiarizes students with a digital learning platform. Google Classroom also provides a better medium for critical, real-time feedback, so a quicker turnaround means more learning is happening inside the classroom.