Case Study

Hearing Students’
Cries for Help

Serving approximately 17,500 students, Highline Public Schools utilizes Gaggle to identify those who are crying out for help. Learn how our student safety solution helps this Washington district bring families and staff together to support students in crisis.

WASHINGTON |  5,001 - 25,000 STUDENTS | SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR GOOGLE

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Challenge:

An urban Washington district wanted to safeguard its diverse student population in the digital playground.

Solution:

Implemented Gaggle Safety Management for the district’s Google Workspace for Education and Google Chat environments. 

Result:

Multiple student lives have been saved, and the district intervenes when necessary to provide teachable moments and keep students on the path to success.

CASE STUDY - Highline Public Schools
“There are children in crisis in my district. But with Gaggle, my team and I have the ability to intervene on behalf of students who really are crying out for help. Today more than ever before, those cries for help are increasing, and we need to hear them. And Gaggle allows us to hear them and do something about it.”

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