There are 4 user types in easyCBM® District. Admin, District Level Admin, Building Level Admin, and Teacher. Each of these has varying levels of access explained below.
|User type in User Data Files||is associated with this access level and||and has access to and||and is Typical for this type of Role|
|1||Teacher Level||Students in their class list||Teacher|
|2||Building Level||All students within an associated building||Test Coordinators and School Administrators|
|3||District Level||All students in the District||District Specialist, Superintendent|
|4||Admin||This user can create new accounts, adjust settings in the system, upload a new roster, and complete similar types of system functions.||Another website administrator, district data warehouse administrator, or district assessment administrator.|
The user type refers to how roles are assigned in the USER File
The following access levels are available in easyCBM:
Head Admin—Users with this access level (typically a Head Admin, district assessment director, and/or technical data specialist) make decisions regarding testing, assessments, and program roll-out. They can create and manage user accounts, student rosters, associations between teachers and students, and system-wide settings for the district. Admin accounts (or "Head Admins") can be created and assigned by other Head Admins.
District Level—Users with this access level (typically district test coordinators and district administrators) can view and manage the building, teacher, and student information at all schools within the district. They can conduct tests and produce reports for measures on individual students and groups and create templates for interventions, among other activities, but their role is generally less hands-on.
Building Level—Users with this access level (typically building test coordinators and school administrators) can view classroom, teacher, and student information for a specific building(s) with which they are affiliated. They can conduct tests and produce reports for measures on individual students and groups and create templates for interventions, among other activities.
Teacher Level—Users with this access level (typically teachers and assessors) can view students listed on their class roster(s). They typically conduct the Benchmark tests for their classes and often create and manage intervention groups and follow-up Progress Monitoring tests.