Understanding staff account permissions in the Literacy and MyPath suite

 Note

This article applies to the following products:

  • Imagine Language & Literacy
  • Imagine Español
  • Imagine Reading
  • Imagine Lectura
  • Imagine Galileo K-12
  • Imagine MyPath, Imagine Science Corner, Imagine Purpose

Staff accounts can be one of two types:  Administrator or Teacher. Administrator and Teacher accounts have different permissions. This chart shows which permissions are unique to each account type, which permissions are shared, and any restrictions in how those permissions are applied.

Managing organizations
Permission Administrators Teachers Restrictions
Edit usage goals (Imagine Language & Literacy)

   
Edit school year dates (Imagine Language & Literacy and Imagine Español)    

Export student data - Imagine Language & Literacy

Export student data - Imagine Español

Export student data - Imagine MyPath

   
Managing staff accounts
Permission Administrators Teachers Restrictions
Initial rostering of staff accounts    
Create staff accounts (ongoing maintenance after initial rostering)    
Edit staff account information (ongoing maintenance) Administrators can edit the information for any staff account; Teachers can only edit the information for their own account.
Delete staff accounts    
Managing student accounts
Permission Administrators Teachers Restrictions
Initial rostering of student accounts Administrators can create student accounts in any group in their organization; Teachers can create student accounts for their own groups.
Assign products to students (ongoing maintenance after initial rostering)  
Create student accounts (ongoing maintenance) Administrators can create student accounts for any group in the organization; Teachers can create student accounts for their own groups.
Edit student account information (ongoing maintenance) Administrators can edit all student accounts within their organization; Teachers can edit student accounts in their own groups.
Delete student accounts   Administrators can delete a student's account; Teachers can instead remove a student from their group.
Print login cards for individual students Administrators can print login cards for any student in the organization; Teachers can print login cards for students assigned to them.
Managing groups
Permission Administrators Teachers Restrictions
Create a group through initial rostering Administrators can create any group within their organization; Teachers can create their own groups.
Create a group (ongoing maintenance after initial rostering)  
Assign student accounts to a group (ongoing maintenance)  
Remove student accounts from a group  
Edit group information (ongoing maintenance)  
Delete a group Administrators can delete any group in their organization; Teachers can delete any groups that they have created or are assigned to them.
Print roster for a group Administrators can print rosters for all groups in their organization; Teachers can print rosters for any group assigned to them.
Print login cards for a group Administrators can print login cards for any group in the organization; Teachers can print login cards for any student assigned to them.
Managing Assessments
Permission Administrator Teacher Restrictions
Enabling or disabling the Benchmark Test and Reading Level Assessment
  District Administrators can change the test enablement settings for all schools in their district. School Administrators can only change the enablement settings for their school. 
Scheduling the Galileo ELA Benchmark using the Easy Benchmark Scheduler  
Reassigning the Placement or Benchmark Test in Imagine Language & Literacy Administrators can reassign the Placement Test or Benchmark Test for any students in a school or class; Teachers can only reassign the Placement Test or Benchmark Test for students that are assigned to them.
Reassigning a MyPath assessment