User roles (account types) define the level of access a user has. Each account type inherits the functions and privileges of the role below it. Users with multiple accounts should use the account with the highest level of access. Master Account Administrators can create District Manager accounts.
Once a user account is created, the account type can not be changed. To change the account type, the account must be deprecated and a new account created. For more information about creating a new District Manager account, take a look at Add New District Managers.
If the Master Account Administrator needs to be changed for the district the current Master Account Administrator must contact FastBridge Support. All other accounts can be created by District Managers and Master Account Administrators. School Managers can create accounts for other users at their school. For information on creating all other accounts, see Managing User Accounts.
Student login accounts are automatically created when the student is enrolled in FastBridge; however, the students must be assigned passwords, and access to assessments for students must be set up before their logins will work. Managers, Specialists and Group Proctors can manage student access and assign passwords. For more information on student login accounts, see Setting Up Student Login Access.
For a summary of privileges for each account type, see the table below.
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Summary of privileges for each account type
|Master Account Administrator
|Primary administrative contact for the district - Only one Master Account Admin is allowed - Responsible for terms and license (applies to all users in the district) - Responsible for renewing the contract - Responsible for monitoring licenses purchased and used
|Administrative functions for all schools in the district - Manages and uploads rosters - Manages district screening periods - Manages availability of assessments - Manages available interventions and sets default assessments - Manages staff and student access - Resets passwords - Has access to district level reports
|Administrative functions for one school only (Similar functions to District Manager, but only for their school) - Manages online roster, but can not upload rosters - Manages availability of assessments - Sets default intervention assignments - Manages staff and student access - Resets passwords - Has access to school level reports
|Administrative functions related to progress monitoring (for schools assigned by District Manager) - Manages student access - Administers assessments - Manages progress monitoring groups across grades/classes - May have access to multiple schools - Has access to school, grade, and class level reports for each school they are assigned.
|Classroom User (Teacher)
|Administrative functions for students rostered to them - Administer assessments to their students only - Manages assessment data for their students - Manages progress monitoring groups for their students (possibly grade-wide*) - Has access to reports for their students (possibly grade-wide*) * if set by District or School Manager
|Classroom (or grade*)
|Administers assessments in a group or lab setting - Administers screening assessments in assigned schools - Manages student access - May be able to administer progress monitor assessments* - Can log in simultaneously from multiple computers - Does not see scores or student data * if set by District of School Manager
|Direct log in for students - Available for certain assessments (screening and progress monitoring) - Used as an alternative to group proctor access