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Media Coverage
Chesterfield Schools Implement Program to Monitor Students’ Online Activity

Chesterfield County Public Schools has implemented a new technology tool to keep students safe while they are online, teaming up with Gaggle.
05/10/2018

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Gaggle Releases New Student Safety Solutions for Google Hangouts

School districts that use G Suite for Education from Google can safely allow their students to use Hangouts with Gaggle security.
03/29/2018

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Gaggle Releases New Student Safety Solutions for Google Hangouts and Canvas

Students can safely use Hangouts for project collaboration, live class discussions, peer mentoring, virtual office hours, foreign language practice and online study groups.
03/29/2018

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New Student Safety Solutions for Google Hangouts and Canvas

Gaggle announced the release of an important add-on to its popular Safety Management for G Suite solution and support for the Canvas learning management system.
03/29/2018

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Midlothian ISD Trustees Receive Update on Districtwide Safety Measures

During the February session of the Midlothian ISD Board of Trustees, several district employees gave presentations on security, emotional support efforts and statistics from the crisis link.
03/12/2018

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School District to Implement Safety Management System for G Suite

Estes Park School District R-3 and Gaggle today announced a partnership to enhance Estes Park School District student safety when they use G Suite for Education from Google.
03/01/2018

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School System Takes Steps to Improve Safety

In light of the recent murders at a school in Florida on Feb. 14 and other activities across the U.S., Edmond officials said they are vigilant to make sure their students are safe.
02/28/2018
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New Service Allows Wilton Schools to Monitor Students’ Digital Activity

When Wilton Public Schools made computers a core component of the curriculum last year, it opened a world of opportunities for the district — but, it also introduced new possibilities for technological abuses as well.
02/28/2018