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  4. Changing Student Passwords. If a teacher needs to change a student's password, they will follow these steps: (1) Select Profiles, (2) Select My Students, and once they find the student whose password they wish to change, they need to (3) check the box in front of their name. Then the "Change Password" button will light up (no longer grayed out).

  5. NCEdCloud

    idp.ncedcloud.org/idp/AuthnEngine

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  6. NCEdCloud Single Sign-On Information (NC Only) – Discovery ...

    help.discoveryeducation.com/hc/en-us/articles/...

    Overview. The NCEdCloud IAM Service SSO (single sign-on) integration allows users to log into Discovery Education via the NCEdCloud IAM Service portal or via nc.discoveryeducation.com. Staff and student user accounts are imported into Discovery Education from the NCEdCloud IAM Service on a regular basis.

  7. NCEdCloud now has the ability to turn on MFA for all PSU employees, or for any number of specific employees (e.g. HR and Finance staff), through a file upload of their UIDs. More information on MFA options are listed on the MFA webpage (also under the Resources dropdown above). This is primarily in response to new Cybersecurity Insurance ...

  8. mCLASS® Flex - Amplify

    mclass.amplify.com/student-assessment

    Close all apps using the camera; Scan again: Hold your QR code up to the scanner ; Contact us (800) 823-1969 or help@amplify.com.

  9. Teacher? You can visit My Account to generate a new code. Caregiver? Contact us (800) 823-1969 or help@amplify.com to get a new code.

  10. Amplify CKLA Hub

    ckla.amplify.com/hub

    Teacher? You can visit My Account to generate a new code. Caregiver? Contact us (800) 823-1969 or help@amplify.com to get a new code.

  11. Guilford County Schools, the third largest school district in North Carolina and the 50th largest of more than 14,000 in the United States, serves more than 70,000 PK-12 students at 126 schools.