A user’s role in the Admin Portal determines their access to the Social-Emotional Learning Platform and District Admin Portal
In order to use the Everyday Speech Admin Portal, you must be a designated administrator for your district account. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
This is the role for all of the teaching professionals’ accounts that need access to the Social-Emotional Learning Platform (SELP) app (teaching materials & curriculum). All users must have an assigned license to maintain access.
Examples of users include SLPs, social workers, SpEd teachers, school counselors, etc.
This role is similar to the User role, but the account also has access to the District Admin Portal and can manage the accounts for the district. Similar to Users, these accounts also require an assigned license.
An example of a coordinator is a lead SLP. This individual uses the SELP, but they also want to manage staff licenses.
This is the role for administrators that don’t need access to the SELP app (teaching materials & curriculum). These accounts will have view only access to the District Admin Portal (these individuals cannot make user changes). These accounts do not require an assigned license.
An example of a Billing Admin is a purchasing specialist for a school district.
This is the role for administrators that would like to manage Everyday Speech licenses, but also may like access to the SELP. They are not regular users of the SELP. Unlike the User/Coordinator accounts, this role does not require a license. Users with a Super Admin role can only be created by Everyday Speech staff and are non-transferable.
An example of a Super Admin would be a Special Education director that does not deal directly with students, but is responsible for managing staff licenses.
Here is a helpful table to illustrate the differences in roles:
|Roles||Has access to the SELP||Has access to the District Admin Portal||Requires a purchased license|