An error occurred while saving the commentJennifer Spain commented
I received a response from someone at Microsoft saying that this situation exists by design. I sincerely hope that after hearing from end-users of the product that Microsoft reconsiders their design, AND communicates with end-users about the limitations of the current design. My district is using a model of having one class per day in person and one class per day in a hybrid format where students are mostly online. I depend on the class notebook being an effective tool to communicate with students, assess work, and provide feedback on it. If I am away, a substitute teacher is added to my Team in order to allow them access to do the same in my absence. I now have several individuals in my Team who are either not in the class or are not regular teachers of the group, and there is no way to remove them.