FAQ: How do teacher and student accounts work?


Homepages and search results for teachers and students feature slightly different functionality, but teachers and students navigate the site in the same way.

After initial registration, teachers and students should verify their email address. To do so, click on the verification link in the email sent from Curriculum Pathways (immediately after registration). If a new account was created using Google+ or Facebook, this verification is not necessary. Verification is also available under Account Settings.

Teachers can request Answer Key Access from their school-level coordinator once they have verified their new account and connected to their school.


After logging in, you will be reminded to complete your profile. Within Settings, you can provide additional details with the User Profile tab and connect your account to your school using the School Info tab.

You can update your username, password, or email address at any time by clicking on your avatar in the upper-right corner of  Curriculum Pathways and choosing Account Settings.

Have more questions about Curriculum Pathways? Check out our other FAQs, or contact us directly!


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Ralph Moore

Ralph Moore coordinates and conducts professional development for Curriculum Pathways. He works with schools and organizations around the country and has presented at conferences for organizations such as the National Council for the Social Studies and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. A former army officer and social studies teacher, he spent 10 years on the Curriculum Pathways humanities team creating new digital curriculum products.


  1. I teach alg. 1 to 8th graders.

    Your website made the cut to use with my kids and have them join. That's a big deal. The other sites they use with me are learn zillion and khan.


    John Test

    • Ralph Moore

      That's great! Let us know how students respond. You can like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter at @SASEducator.

    • Ralph Moore

      Depending on the grade level and tech familiarity of your students, we usually suggest that you model the first few resources to set student expectations and ensure a smooth experience. That said, an account and a Quick Launch number is all a savvy student may need. Thanks!

        • Ralph Moore

          If you are a teacher, once you have verified your account and filled in your school information under account settings, go to the Student Accounts tab and accept the Educator Terms of Use agreement. You will then have access to your sign-up code and quick link.

    • Ralph Moore

      Only a few resources, such as SAS Reading Records, track individual student progress. Many resources have a save/print/send function that allows students to communicate their results to you directly or by email. Thanks!

  2. I work in a boy's residency facility, and they have limited access to the Internet due to therapeutic restrictions. Is there a way to view the students results without their having an account?

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