Case Study

Implementing Gaggle Pays Off Year After Year

With Cincinnati Public Schools back in session, the district rolled out a new three-year strategic plan with a goal to focus on the health and safety of the students.


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Cincinnati Public Schools has been using Gaggle for years, but the explosion of technology in its classrooms now makes the online student safety platform more critical than ever.


Gaggle monitors student Google accounts and school-related communication to ensure both physical and cybersafety without compromising student privacy.


Since implementing the platform, the district has identified and intervened in a number of different potentially dangerous situations involving its students.

CASE STUDY- Cincinnati Public Schools
“A lot of the issues we’re catching are self-harm references, and some of them are very clear cries for help.”

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