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Managing teachers in your organization

The main homepage of the School Dashboard enables you to manage all teachers using Classcraft in your school. 

You can manage your organization’s teachers from your School Dashboard by clicking on the “Your Teachers” icon in the sidebar. When you click on the button, the full teacher roster for your organization will be displayed. You can add and manage teachers and labels in this section.

Teachers are listed alphabetically by name. You can also view the email address associated with their Classcraft account (this should be their school email), as well as the labels associated with them.


Adding teachers

To add teachers to your organization, click on the green “Add Teachers” button. You can choose to add teachers manually or to upload a CSV file.

  • Add teachers manually: To add teachers manually, input their first name, last name, and email address. If you need more lines, click on “Add More.” Once you’ve input all new teacher names, click on “Create Teachers.” If any information is missing, a red line will appear below the empty field.


  • Upload CSV: You can upload a CSV file containing your teachers’ names. Make sure that the file is correctly formatted. All the information should be presented in the first column (one line per student) as follows: first name,last name,email (eg., Stephanie,Carmichael, If you’re unsure of your file’s format, you can download our CSV template. Once your CSV file has been uploaded, click on “Create Teachers” to add the teachers to your roster.


Managing teachers

In your teacher list, you can view your teachers’ on boarding progress and add labels to your teachers. You can scroll down the list to find specific teachers or use the search bar at the top to search by name or label. 

  • View Teacher Progress: Around each teacher’s picture, a green circle displays their current progress with setting up their account. If the circle is completely gray, it means that the teacher did not start their setup. If there’s no circle, it means that their setup is complete.

    By hovering over the teacher’s picture, you’ll see more detailed information regarding their progress. You’ll see which of the following setup steps have been completed: “complete tutorial,” “set up your class,” and “add your students.”


  • Add Labels: You’ll first need to select the teachers you want to add labels to by clicking on the checkbox beside their name. You can select a label from the list of existing labels for your organization, or you can type in the text box to create a new label.

    Click on the label checkbox to add or remove the labels from the teachers you selected. If the checkbox is empty, you’ll be able to add the label to all the teachers selected. If the checkbox has a green “x,” it means that all the teachers selected already have this label assigned. Unchecking the checkbox will remove the label from all the teachers. If there’s a gray “-” sign in the checkbox, it means that only certain selected teachers have been attributed this label. In that case, you can click on the checkbox to apply the label to all teachers.


Once you have selected your labels, they’ll immediately be applied to the teachers. You can remove a label from a teacher by clicking on the “x” in the label tag, directly in the teacher list:


Note: Labels for teachers are different from labels for students.


Managing labels

When you click on the “Manage Labels” button, you’ll see the list of labels available for the teachers in your organization. You can delete a label by hovering your cursor over the label name on the list. A red trashcan icon will be displayed; click it and confirm to delete the label:


You can create a new label by inputting the label name in the “Create new label” text box and clicking on the checkmark once you’re ready. 

Finally, you can edit a label’s name by clicking on the pencil icon on the right side.

Labels for teachers are different from labels for students.

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