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Sharepoint with sharepoint learning kit (SLK)

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Windows Server 2003Microsoft SharePoint
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I'm not sure if anyone has used Sharepoint Learning Kit (SLK) here put I'll ask anyway.
I've installed this add in to Sharepoint which creates
a) a webpart  for students/teachers  
b) extra permissions in the 'give permissions directly' section whean creating a user. The new permissions are
i) SLK instructer
ii) SLK Observer
III) SLK learner.
from which you select when creating a user or group. Now here are the 2 problems which are cropping up:-
1. When creating a accounts for teachers and students from the local sharepoint server (not AD) just for test purposes, the solution works e.g the teacher sees the assignments he/she HAS assinged in the webpart, and when the student logs in he/she sees the assignment that HAS BEEN assigned to them.excellent, However when adding teachers and students from active directory, the teacher can assign the assignment to the student of choice in AD, but when that student logs in they do not see anything in their webpart (unlike the student created locally)
2. Ok if i haven't bored you enough, here's the next one. The main sites have the extra permissions in the 'give permissions directly' , but when i go to a subsite and want to add a user to say the Geography site the SLK permissions do not show, just the bog standard permissions.
Please help!  
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