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This is my code
<record id="class_dashboard" model="ir.ui.view">
<field name="arch" type="xml">
<field name = "name"/>
<li t-if="record.name.raw_value">Class Name: <field name="name"/></li>
Your architecture for Kanban looks proper. Try by putting more fields in your kanban view. For more detail you can refer kanaban view of Project module.
If you are not getting option of kanban view, might be you forgot to put view mode in action.
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