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Workshop Assessments

How do students gain access to the Workshop Assessments?

Posted on: January 10 2020
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  • AskDee

    When students are enrolled in READ 180 Universal and Workshop Assessments, they may log in to the program through the Student Access screen through HMH Student Central. Contact the school or district administrator for more information on enrolling students and bookmarking the HMH Student Central URL. The User's Guide for the Assessments can be found at https://www.hmhco.com/product-support/products/read-180-universal/manuals. You may have to login using your school Zip Code. (1 of 2)

    AskDee

    There are several resources available to you at Back To School which is at https://backtoschool.hmhco.com/get-started/programs/. That is another place to find the User's Guide for the assessments. Select the R for READ 180 and it will take you to the READ 180 section. Dee, Ask Dee at the Community

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