The Class Administrator account works well for classroom teachers and the School Administrator accounts is designed for principals, assistant principals, and technology administrators. District Administrator accounts are for educators at the district office. Class Administrator accounts can only see data for a class of students that have been assigned to that teacher while the School Administrator account can see data and manage accounts for all students in the school. District Administrator accounts can access and manage data for all schools in the district. The table below summarizes the privileges for the three accounts.