Definition of Coordinator Accounts
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When considering creating a coordinator role, it’s essential to determine the appropriate access level. Here are the different coordinator roles defined to help you choose:

A *License Coordinator* (or TLC) can:

Manage users at school and district levels.

View usage data at the school and district levels.

Create and edit new teachers, co-coordinators, sub-coordinators, and reports-only users.

Manage content refinement.

View or manage purchase history.

Create up to 2 co-license coordinators.

A *Co-License Coordinator* (or Co-LC) can:

Manage users at school and district levels.

View usage data at school and district levels.

Create and edit new teachers, sub-coordinators, and report-only users.

A *Co-License Coordinator* (or Co-LC) cannot:

Manage content refinement.

View or manage purchase history.

Create another co-license coordinator.

A *Sub-Coordinator* (or Sub-LC) is someone who manages a portion of the licenses on an account. They can add and remove teachers, reset passwords, etc. for the teachers rostered under them (only).

A *Report-Only account* allows the user to view activity reports for either their school or the entire license. They don't have the ability to manage the teachers.

For step-by-step instructions related to administrator roles, you can find them in the links below.

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