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Gaggle Safety Management

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"Without Gaggle, we probably would think that the communication and education that we have in place is adequate, but thanks to Gaggle we know that we need to do more."

Sarah Trimble-Oliver
CIO, Cincinnati Public Schools

Sarah Trimble Oliver

“We use other products, like GoGuardian and Securly, to help keep our students safe and secure. Those products can't touch what Gaggle does…”

Kaycie Sullivan Technology Coordinator, Junction Independent School District (TX)

Kaycie Sullivan

“Our business practices and expectations didn’t align with the way SafeMail is set up. Gaggle makes it so much easier for us to read and understand what is going on with our students.”

John Crum
Director of Technology, Plainfield Community Schools (IN)

John Crum

“Gaggle Safety Management has become an integral part of the Miami-Dade County Public School’s Campus Shield Program and has helped us save the lives of at least two students.”

Ian Moffett
President, National Association of School Safety and Law Enforcement Officials (NASSLEO)

Chief Ian Moffett

“Our Google usage was growing exponentially... We were using CloudLock, but it wasn’t user-friendly, and it wasn’t giving us the information that we needed.”

Dr. Joe Borchard
Director of Technology, Wayne Township Public School District (NJ)

Joe Borchard

Should Educators Focus on Just Citizenship Instead of Digital Citizenship?

(01/19/2018)

With technology always shifting, our communities and especially our students need a firm foundation for decision-making and behavior to help inform how these tools shape their lives. In the education community, we call this digital citizenship.

The Impact of Technology-Facilitated Crimes on Students

(01/11/2018)

For years, technology-facilitated crime has presented courts and legislators with the difficulty of maintaining the pace and rapidity of trends in online crime. Some of the more common forms of technology-facilitated crime that affect students today include child pornography and cyberbullying.

Have Schools Become Too Dangerous?

(01/03/2018)

With an influx of infrastructure, equipment, procedures and personnel centered around safety, can one conclude that K-12 schools and districts are becoming too dangerous for students?