Add co-teachers to a class

Pro-Tip: To add a co-teacher to your class, you must have  a School or District Account
If you need to convert your account, follow these steps. 
If you're rostering through Google Classroom, Clever, or Classlink, you need to make the changes with those providers first and wait for the account to re-sync (overnight).

-Often teachers will create accounts that do not allow them to be added to classes. 
-To check that the teacher account can be added to a class, first confirm that the teacher you would like to add has a Typing.com account. 
-If you know that the teacher has a Typing.com account but still cannot add him, it may be because they have the wrong type of account, such as a school or district account.  Click here to learn more about converting a teacher account type.
-To be able to invite the teacher, the account type can only be a “teacher” account.
-Once you have confirmed the teacher has a “teacher” Typing.com account, then you may invite them to your class through the teacher portal.

If you have a school account:

1) Access your account here.

2) Go to 'My School'.

3) Click "Invite New Teacher" <> Note: the teachers must have existing teacher accounts before you send them an invitation to join your organization. If they don't have a teacher account yet, they can create one here.

4) Once the teachers accept the invitation, you need to go to your class/es > teachers tab > click 'Add teacher'.

5) You'll see a  drop-down with all of the teachers that are part of your organization. 

If you have a district account:

1) Access your account here.

2) Go to District > Schools > click on a school.

3) Click Invite New Teacher <> Note: the teachers must have existing teacher accounts before you send them an invitation to join your organization. If they don't have a teacher account yet, they can create one here.

4) Once the teachers accept the invitation, you need to go to your class/es > teachers tab > click 'Add teacher'.

5) You'll see a  drop-down with all of the teachers that are part of your organization. 

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