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    Does anyone know to give a new teacher access to sleuth?? please help me out here!!

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    A bit more information on what slueth is may help to enlighten the members that don't know what it is.

    I presume a sleuth guru will be along shortly to help you out.

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    Sleuth is a behavioural tracking database from the School Software Company. It is a mangled Access job but can be darned good at getting the tracking and recording of positive and negative behaviours off the ground.

    To add a new teacher go into the admin backend. Choose the staff table and edit table. You can then add a new user.

    Full instructions are available from http://www.schoolsoftwarecompany.co.uk/documents.php in the setup and administration guide.

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