Not presently. But this request has come up enough that we are working on implementing multiple classes per student, which essentially gives multiple teachers purview over a student. The current workaround is to have a single teacher be the primary who grades and assesses the student. That teacher would be the one who spends the most time/focus on that student. A secondary teacher needs to consult the primary (in discussion or at a shared computer) to view the student's progress. This is challenging for us (Membean) to implement because we don't want multiple teachers controlling a student and issuing assessments concomitantly, thus overwhelming the student with tests. Our solution in the works still considers one teacher as the primary, but other (secondary) teachers will be able to view the student as a proper member of their classes.

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