Home Base Security/Access Roles and Permissions v1.0
(Published July 12 201!"
This document provides a high-level overview of the relationship between the security/access roles and permissions for the Home Base applications (i.e., Powerchool, choolnet, and Truenorthlogic/T!"#. Powerchool is the entry point to all Home Base applications via ingle ign $n ($# integration between Powerchool and choolnet and between Powerchool and T!". The following access statements apply to the current Home Base roll-out%
&ccess and rights to Powerchool do not e'uate to access and rights to choolnet
&ccess and rights to Powerchool and/or choolnet do not e'uate to access and rights to T!"
$ is invisible to users, but the $ process includes behind the scenes chec-offs as users attempt to move between applications that once may have re'uired separate logins.
Home Base Security FAQ
How do the user rights and security restrictions in Powerchool, choolnet, and T!" relate to each other and how does a district manage the rights and security for each application)
The user rights and security restrictions will be managed separately for each application. *istricts and schools will have the ability to manage each level of user security/access within the district/school. *etails follow%Powerchool ecurity/&ccessThe Powerchool vendor collaborated with the districts during the implementation period to perform local roles-based access setups. +sers will select a lin to Powerchool and be prompted to provide their security information to enable $. *istrict Powerchool &dministrators will have defined rights for their district only and no administration rights to choolnet and T!" unless those roles are separately assigned to them.choolnet ecurity/&ccess or the initial implementation of choolnet, all Powerchool users will be mapped to one of two roles in choolnet% teacher or staff. choolnet users with the teacher role may access student-level data only for those students they are assigned to teach, and users with staff role have minimal access to aggregate-level information such as rolled-up reports for their assigned location. "&s and schools (e.g., district/school data managers or leaders# have the ability to provide higher levels of access to principals, assistant principals, curriculum managers, assessment coordinators and others. or more information on the choolnet roles and permissions go to% http%//www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/homebase/getting-ready/implementation/roles-permissions.doc.T!" ecurity/&ccessPermissioned users will access the T!" solution from an $-enabled lin in Powerchool.
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