- Measuring Growth
- Accountability Reports
- School Reports
- District Reports
- Teacher Reports
- Accessing the Teacher Reports
- Student Growth Measure
- Teacher Value-Added
- Teacher Diagnostic
- Teacher Custom Diagnostic
- Evaluation Dashboard
- Reports for Administrators
- Student Reports
- Comparison Reports
- Roster Verification
- Getting Started
- Claiming Instructional Responsibility
- Viewing the History of Actions on Rosters
- Additional Resources
- Admin Help
- Understanding Accounts
- Managing Accounts
- State Admin Tasks
- District Admin Tasks
- School Admin Tasks
- Changing a User's Email Address
- Resetting a User's Password
- Deactivating and Reactivating Accounts
- Sharing Account Management
- Managing Access to Teacher Reports
- Creating Usage Reports
- General Help
Understanding EVAAS Accounts
Access to Teacher Reports
Each year when teacher reports are released, users' accounts are automatically updated to ensure that teachers have access to EVAAS and can view their reports. This update is based on the latest data provided to EVAAS by the Department of Education.
In a small number of cases, school admins need to create new accounts for teachers or modify existing accounts so that teachers can view their Value-Added and Diagnostic reports.
Granting access to teacher-specific reports is a multi-step process.
Step 1: The school admin or school user with Teacher Report Assigner permission modifies the teacher's account to include the individual teacher report.
Step 2: The district admin or a district user with teacher report approval capability chooses to approve or deny the request.
The district admin automatically has the ability to approve requests for access to both individual teacher reports and School Teacher Summary reports. The district admin can choose to share the teacher report approval capability with one or more district users. District users who have been assigned this capability can approve or deny requests for School Teacher Summary and individual teacher report access districtwide.
Step 3: The teacher receives an email stating whether the request was approved or denied.
For more information on how to create and modify school user accounts, see Creating and Modifying School Users.