Can a district administrator also have access as a teacher with one account or do I need separate accounts?

I am teaching System 44 this year and need access on the dashboard to information that is not on the Leadership Dashboard. How can I accomplish this? I set up a separate teacher account but am having difficulty getting signed in to the newer teacher account. It wants to revert back to the admin account. I used separate usernames/passwords for each account.

By martinj
Posted on: September 17 2018
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  • AskDee

    You need to have two separate accounts--one as an administrator of the program and one as a teacher. You will not be able to see your teacher data from the administrator login. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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