Why would you want to create a shared Google Drive?
There are a number of great reasons to create a shared Google Drive. The biggest reason, though, is that you want a shared space for a specific job or activity. Take for example creating a shared drive as a department coordinator. You want a place where you, as the department coordinator, can share out information and load files pertaining to a specific curriculum. In this case, you'll want to share some of those files with others, but want them in the same place every time for yourself to manage.
Creating a Shared Drive in Google Drive:
1.) First head over to https://drive.google.com/drive/shared-drives with your district account signed in. (Fig 1)
2.) From here, you can right click anywhere in the blank space to bring up the "Add a shared drive" option. (fig 2)
3.) Edit the name of your new Shared Drive (Fig 3)
Congrats! You have now created a shared drive. From here you can manage permissions and group members in the upper right corner of the shared drive.