Gaggle is how Cincinnati Public Schools uses a student safety platform to monitor students’ online activity and ensure high levels of student safety both on and off campus
The artificial intelligence on computers housed inside a red brick building on the outskirts of Bloomington, Illinois, reviewed nearly four billion documents last school year.
A new computer software program approved for purchase last week by the Hawkins County Board of Education will eliminate the possibility of online search mishaps.
District 50 schools in Washington, IL intends to monitor K-12 students’ email accounts, Google Drive, Google Calendar and Google Hangouts – applications included in G-Suite for education – by using Gaggle.
Adolescent mental health is an urgent and pressing issue–here’s what districts can do to take care of students.
The Wichita Falls ISD in Texas is giving credit to a software program or helping them protect students beyond the classroom. The software program is called Gaggle and it has been installed on all the district’s laptops.
Five specific actions are helping this district promote a healthy student mindset and ensure students are meeting positive outcomes
Some school districts are using tech companies to monitor students’ digital activity around the clock. Could this compromise student privacy?