def get_progress_summary(self):
        Return progress summary structure for current user and course.

        - courseware_summary is a summary of all sections with problems in the course.
        It is organized as an array of chapters, each containing an array of sections,
        each containing an array of scores. This contains information for graded and
        ungraded problems, and is good for displaying a course summary with due dates,
        return progress.summary(self.student_user, self.course).chapter_grades
def send_composite_outcome(user_id, course_id, assignment_id, version):
    Calculate and transmit the score for a composite module (such as a

    A composite module may contain multiple problems, so we need to
    calculate the total points earned and possible for all child problems. This
    requires calculating the scores for the whole course, which is an expensive

    Callers should be aware that the score calculation code accesses the latest
    scores from the database. This can lead to a race condition between a view
    that updates a user's score and the calculation of the grade. If the Celery
    task attempts to read the score from the database before the view exits (and
    its transaction is committed), it will see a stale value. Care should be
    taken that this task is not triggered until the view exits.

    The GradedAssignment model has a version_number field that is incremented
    whenever the score is updated. It is used by this method for two purposes.
    First, it allows the task to exit if it detects that it has been superseded
    by another task that will transmit the score for the same assignment.
    Second, it prevents a race condition where two tasks calculate different
    scores for a single assignment, and may potentially update the campus LMS
    in the wrong order.
    assignment = GradedAssignment.objects.get(id=assignment_id)
    if version != assignment.version_number:
            "Score passback for GradedAssignment %s skipped. More recent score available.",
    course_key = CourseKey.from_string(course_id)
    mapped_usage_key = assignment.usage_key.map_into_course(course_key)
    user = User.objects.get(id=user_id)
    course = modulestore().get_course(course_key, depth=0)
    progress_summary = progress.summary(user, course)
    earned, possible = progress_summary.score_for_module(mapped_usage_key)
    if possible == 0:
        weighted_score = 0
        weighted_score = float(earned) / float(possible)

    assignment = GradedAssignment.objects.get(id=assignment_id)
    if assignment.version_number == version:
        outcomes.send_score_update(assignment, weighted_score)