Imagine Math supports four unique roles for users, each with varying levels of responsibility.
Can create and manage classrooms and student accounts, enroll students in pathways, administer motivational programs and view reports for each classroom or student.
Can perform the same functions as a teacher, for a single building/school/site. Can create and manage teacher accounts and assign teachers to classrooms. Currently, school administrators cannot be assigned to classrooms. Teachers who are also responsible for managing classrooms and student accounts for other teachers, or for the entire building/school/site, will need to have both a teacher and school administrator account.
In the Fall of 2017, teachers and school administrators will be able to use a single account to perform activities that span both roles.
Can perform the same functions as a school administrator for entire district, consisting of multiple buildings/schools/sites. Can create and manage school administrator and teacher accounts, assign teachers to classrooms and administer some application-level settings.
Can perform the same functions as a district administrator for an implementation consisting of multiple school districts. Can create and manage district administrator, school administrator and teacher accounts, assign teachers to classrooms and administer maximum application-level settings.
Customer administrators are not relevant to all Imagine Math implementations. Your Customer Success Manager or an Imagine Learning Technical Support representative can advise as to whether a customer administrator role is pertinent to your implementation.