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Understanding EVAAS Accounts
All users who access EVAAS must have their own user accounts.
Accounts exist at the state, district, and school levels. At each level, a single account is designated the admin account holder. The person who holds this account manages accounts for others directly below them.
Manages accounts for...
State admin account holders
State user and district admin account holders
District admin account holders and district users with the account management permission
District user and school admin account holders
School admin account holders and school users with the account management permission
School user account holders
Each state, district, and school has one admin account, but an unlimited number of user accounts can be created. When creating and managing accounts, admin account holders have many options for defining which reports and features each user should be able to access. For more information on creating and modifying user accounts, see Managing Accounts.
Each state admin, district admin, and school admin account holder can share the account management permission with one or more other users. Users with the account management permission can create, modify, and deactivate users' accounts the same way the admin account holder can. For more information see Sharing Account Management.