To use Schoolwork, a school must be enrolled in Apple School Manager, must use Managed Apple IDs, and must download and install the Schoolwork app for teachers and students. To use Schoolwork with specific apps and books, the apps and books must be available on the teacher and student devices.
Schoolwork automatically syncs with classes in Apple School Manager. Using Apple School Manager, the school’s IT administrator can create classes, add and remove teachers and students, enable the Student Progress feature for Schoolwork, and much more. Once classes are set up, teachers and students can view their classes in Schoolwork, and see any associated assignments and student progress.
Before you begin using Schoolwork, be sure to review the following additional requirements.
iPadOS (teacher and student)
Teachers can only assign activities for apps already on their devices, and students can only complete activities in apps already on their devices.
A Managed Apple ID account with a teacher or student role. Teachers and students must have managed accounts from the same school. If you don’t have a Managed Apple ID, contact your school’s IT administrator.
If you have both a teacher and student role in Apple School Manager, Schoolwork uses your teacher role.
Schoolwork teachers are given 200 gigabytes (GB) of iCloud Drive storage.
Note: To view progress data, a school’s IT administrator must enable the Student Progress feature for their organization in Apple School Manager.