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Do special education technicians have access to the same features as teachers?

As of April 4, 2024, special education technicians (SETs) are now considered Level 1 support workers. Their access rights have been greatly expanded.  

However, despite this enhanced access to information, it’s important to note that their workspace will still appear different from a teacher’s, as they do not have a dedicated group of students. A SET’s portal is similar in appearance to that of a principal.  

For more information, please consult the following document. 

SET workplace

Teacher’s workplace

Access to different tabs in the student’s record, depending on function:
Detailed information accessible in the student’s record for Level 1 non-teaching staff:
Detailed information accessible in the student’s record for homeroom and specialized teachers:
Going further

Student record access – Youth _GEA/VT

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