The School Dashboard is available to administrators with a Quill School or District Premium subscription. Administrators can use this dashboard to manage teacher accounts, access teacher reports, and view school-wide student data.


School Dashboard Overview

Once activated, the School Dashboard will appear as a new tab in your existing Quill teacher account. The School Dashboard Overview will now be the first page you see after logging into your Quill account. Here, you have access to every teacher’s Quill account, as long as their account is linked to your school.

Creating Teacher and Admin Accounts

  • Beneath the handy actions at the top of your Overview page, you have the option to create Quill accounts for teachers and administrators at your school by entering their names and email addresses. Teachers/administrators will then receive an email from Quill with next steps for password creation.

  • You can use this feature to add teachers with existing Quill accounts to your school for full Premium access.

  • You’ll see a list of all schools where you are an administrator. All schools will be included in the toggle to create new accounts and view teacher usage.

Viewing Teacher Access and Usage

  • For each teacher, you’ll see usage data for the current school year including the total number of active students, total activities completed, and total time spent on Quill activities. This data is updated daily.

  • You can click on the ellipsis next to each user to open a menu of actions for that account. From this menu, you can:

    • Resend login details for newly created accounts (*this option is only available for users who have been invited but have not accessed their Quill accounts yet)

    • Log in as a teacher to view their dashboard

    • View the teacher's premium student reports.

    • Make the teacher an admin of the school (unlocks access to the School Dashboard)

    • Unlink the teacher from the school (this action will not delete the teacher’s account, but simply remove the connection to the school)

  • Note: when logged in as a teacher, any changes you make in the account will be visible to the teacher and students.


School Subscriptions

The School Subscriptions page provides details about your school or district’s Quill Premium subscription. You’ll see the expiration date of your current subscription as well as payment information and your subscription history.


School Dashboard Reports


The School Dashboard also provides three downloadable data reports, allowing you to view and analyze student performance on a school-wide level. 

Activity Scores

  • The Activity Scores report (filterable by School, Teacher, and Classroom) displays each student’s number of completed activities, their average score across completed activities, total time spent, and the date they were last active on Quill.

  • Click a student’s hyperlinked name to see their individual Quill progress report, activity-by-activity.


Concept Reports

  • The Concept Report (filterable by School, Teacher, and Classroom) displays an overall picture of the number of times a student has successfully used a writing concept across all questions they’ve encountered.

Standards Reports

  • The Standards Report displays all Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned to completed activities across all classrooms and students at your school/district.

  • You’ll see the number of students who are proficient in that Standard, the unique number of aligned activities that have been practiced, and the total time students have spent practicing the Standard.


Accessing the School Dashboard

The School Dashboard is available to administrators with a Quill School or District Premium subscription and must be activated by a Quill staff member.

If you think you are meant to have a School Dashboard and do not yet have one, please click here to request admin access.

Have more questions?

Please feel free to live chat with us through the green message bubble on the bottom right corner of the screen or email us at support@quill.org.

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