How do I access programs?

Guide to accessing and assigning programs for your classes.

Updated over a week ago

Programs overview

What are programs?

A program is a set of content or applications for a single school year or unit. Programs are sometimes specific to an edition or standards.

Examples of programs include: Algebra I, Core Knowledge Language Arts (CKLA) Grade 3, or Weather Patterns.

To ensure your students get the right content, your programs can be assigned by Amplify at the start of school or an administrator at your school can associate desired Amplify programs with your students’ classes.

What is the difference between a program and a license?

Licenses are a collection of programs, which are district and product specific. Some districts can have multiple licenses per school year. License durations can span multiple years and are based on your district's purchase of the programs.

How does a license membership work?

The Amplify support team can designate at least one optional licensed staff member at your district to provide access to classes for Amplify English Language Arts (ELA), CKLA, Caminos, Math, Science, or Boost Close Reading. License membership is not necessary for Boost Reading or mCLASS.

How do I access my programs?

All programs are accessible from the Programs & Apps menu in the upper-right corner, or on the My Account page.

How do I view my licenses and programs?

First, log in to your Amplify account and go to the Admin Portal:

Next, select Programs & Licenses:

Select the license for the programs you want to see:

Finally, select the Programs option on the menu. You should now see your programs:

How programs are assigned

Each class can be assigned one or more programs. When districts or schools assign programs to classes, you have nothing further to do.

What if I have a new class roster?

One or more programs can be applied to a person, class, or organization.

A program access rule is a set of criteria, usually enrollment filters, defining what program(s) should be. Rules define which classes should have which products.

When new classes are shared with Amplify from a district, if the new classes match the criteria of a program access rule, then all of the teachers and students in that class will be given access to our programs within 24 hours.

Access provided by:



License Member

Amplify ELA



Amplify Science



Amplify CKLA






Boost Reading



Boost Close Reading



Amplify Math



How do I assign programs?

First, log in to your Amplify account:

The Admin Portal tab can be accessed from the My Account page. The landing page for all staff members is Rosters:

Select Classes:

Select a class:

Select Programs from the side menu to see which programs have been assigned to the class:

If you would like to add a program, click Add Programs. You will now be able to see the available programs.

To add a program, click the check box next to it, and then click the purple Add Programs button:

This will bring you back to the class page. You should now be able to see the program you just added in the list:

Click the green Save Updates button to save your updates. Now, all students and teachers in the class have access to this program.

Can I assign programs to students, teachers, and classes myself?

Who has permission to add programs?

License management is independent of access as a system access user. It provides the ability to manage programs on a license.

A member’s license membership provides different levels of access to manage programs:


Owners can:

1. Receive programs and apply them to classes.

2. Add other license owners and managers, and staff members.

3. Manage their purchase and renewals. (This is done through conversation with Amplify.)


Managers can:

1. Receive programs and apply them to classes.

2. Add other license owners and managers, and staff members.


Staff can:

1. Receive programs and apply them to classes.*

* Starting this school year, most system access users have been set up as licensed staff members so they can add/remove programs from classes in the Admin Portal. They do not need to be license owners/managers to do so.

Please note that Boost Reading and mCLASS are exempt from this, as access is granted for the programs to districts at the beginning of the school year by Amplify.

My license expired and I want to extend it.

Please contact your district or school administrator.

I’m expecting to see programs but I don’t. What should I do?

View the classes you are associated with in the Classes section of My Account at

If you do not see any programs, contact your district or school administrator to make changes to this class.

I don’t see my mCLASS apps. Who do I contact?

If you are an mCLASS customer and you don’t see your mCLASS apps when you navigate to, please contact Amplify Customer Care and Support.

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