Within ClassReach there are many different Admin permissions that can be granted. When a user is assigned an the Admin roles, they are set at the most basic level by default. After receiving the role then they can be granted more specific permissions. They can also be set as a Super Admin. In this document we will breakdown the different permissions an admin can hold.
Types of Permissions:
None: This will mean the user cannot see and/or edit any of the information within that category.
View Only: The user will be able to view and run reports on the information, but cannot edit it.
View and Edit: The user will be able to view, edit, and possibly remove information within the category.
Super Admin: Setting a user to a Super Admin on the account allows them to do anything that can be done in the system. This means adjusting school information, accessing student and family records, as well as making decisions regarding the ClassReach account.
User Permissions: This includes information within the People tab: user and family information, roles, applicants, etc.
Teacher Permissions: These would in section information. The grades, lesson plans, attendance, etc.
School Settings Permissions: School contact information, academic levels, terms, grading units, gradebook, settings, etc.
Course Permissions: These would be the overall courses and their information.
Billing Permissions: This is for the ClassReach billing toward the school and the payment method the school uses for the ClassReach bill.
Financial Permissions: This is for the financial suite within ClassReach. Payment plans, invoices to customers, amount due, etc.