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  3. Claim My Account | NCEdCloud IAM Service

    iam.ncedcloud.org/getting-started

    Students in Grades K-5 do not have the ability to "claim" their accounts. Teachers (through their "My Students" tab) and employees with a priviledged role (LEA Administrator, LEA Data Auditor, LEA Help Desk or LEA Student Help Desk), can provide younger students with their Username (Student Number) and default password shown in their profile (or set the password to something easier to remember).

  4. Claim My Account | NCEdCloud IAM Service - MCNC

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/getting-started

    How to Claim My Account (for NEW Employees)*. * New employees and optionally new students in grades 6-12 can claim their NCEdCloud IAM Service accounts. Students in Grades K-5 do not have the ability to "claim" their accounts. Teachers (through their "My Students" tab) and employees with a priviledged role (LEA Administrator, LEA Data Auditor, LEA Help Desk or LEA Student Help Desk), can provide younger students with their Username (Student Number) and default password shown in their profile ...

  5. User account | NCEdCloud IAM Service - MCNC

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/user/login

    About the NCEdCloud IAM Service; Claiming My Account; Account Claiming Issues; For Teachers; Charter School Info; Source Data Requirements; Privileged Roles; FAQ; Resources. Documents; Target Applications; NCEdCloud Privileged Roles; Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Student Badges and Pictograph Logins for PK-5; Opt-in to use Alias IDs in the IAM Service

  6. IAM Student Portal NCEdCloud/PowerSchool Login Lee County Schools Student Portal - Access to PowerSchool Student Portal allows students to access their attendance, assignments, grade history and current progress via any Internet connection.

  7. Charter School Information | NCEdCloud IAM Service

    iam.ncedcloud.org/charter-schools

    What is the NCEdCloud IAM Service? Strong identity management is a foundational component for the accelerating IT shift toward cloud technologies. The goal of the NCEdCloud Identity & Access Management (IAM) Service is for every student, teacher, staff member, parent or guardian, and school community member to have a single, unique username and password to access cloud-based learning resources in North Carolina.

  8. Student Account Claiming (Grades 6-12) | NCEdCloud IAM Service

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/student-account-claiming...

    Claim Your Account - Student Option. After going to my.ncedcloud.org, students will click on the Claim My Account button at the bottom of the screen (gray NCEdCloud IAM block to the right). You will then see the Claim Account Policies form with the default setting of LEA Employee Claim Policy. If you are in grades 6-12 and have been instructed to claim your account through this process, you will need to select the LEA Student Claim Policy from the Claim Account Policies screen.

  9. Account Claiming Issues | NCEdCloud IAM Service - MCNC

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/account-claiming-issues

    Account is not present in your LEA data - If your LEA Administrator or Help Desk support enters your UID or searches on your last name and your account doesn't show up, then they should escalate the issue to the NCEdCloud Help Desk at MCNC. This may happen if you've recently transferred from another Charter School or LEA and your UID record hasn't been updated yet, or if you're a "Contract Employee" and your UID record hasn't been created (i.e. LEA Employee records in the UID system are ...

  10. Teachers | NCEdCloud IAM Service - MCNC

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/teachers

    It shows you how to view and issue your students' login credentials (username and password) and how to set or change your students' passwords to the NCEdCloud. If students are logging into NCEdCloud for the first time (e.g. a new rising class, new student, or students who may have used Badges in previous years), many LEAs feel it would be more appropriate for teachers to provide the username and password to their students.