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Managing Accounts

Sharing Account Management

Each state admin, district admin, and school admin account holder can share the account management permission with users whose accounts they manage. A district admin can share account management with a district user. Similarly, a school admin account holder can choose to share account management with school users. Sharing account management can be helpful when the admin account holder has a large number of accounts to manage. However, when granting this permission, it is important to remember that it enables the user to create new EVAAS accounts and to modify access on existing accounts.

Granting account management permission does not automatically include access to teacher reports. This option can be added separately.