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6 reasons we’re using a student safety platform

Here’s why a student safety platform that allows for proactive monitoring is Yorkville School District 115’s most important piece of software

Education Dive

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Making the professional development-student safety connection

A district tech director details five ways to use professional development to improve success rates when implementing student safety platforms.


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Using Title IV funds to secure student safety

Through Title IV funding Congress government has designated be used for three main purposes:

Providing a well-rounded education
Supporting effective use of technology
Supporting safe and healthy schools

The Florida Times-Union,

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Duval Schools renews partnership with cyberbullying, suicide prevention program

Duval County Public Schools was one of nearly 1,200 schools to renew a contract with Gaggle — a digital suicide prevention service.

eSchool News

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Essential steps to develop a district safety plan

In order to keep students safe during an emergency situation, every staff member—including substitute teachers—must understand what to do and understand the route to escape.

The Durango Herald

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Bayfield School District’s new online monitoring helps identify students in crisis

Bayfield School District is monitoring student activities online this year through Gaggle, and it has allowed staff to successfully intervene with students in crisis.

The Post

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District Accepts Third Safety Monitoring Tool

Board members from Pottsgrove School District, Lower Pottsgrove, PA, recently agreed with an administrative recommendation to license Gaggle Safety Management to examine and analyzes “student e-mail and student files created or stored on Google Drive.”


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3 keys to boosting school safety

The superintendent of the schools in Newtown, Connecticut, uses three practices to help boost school safety: mentorship, social emotional learning and reducing the student-to-school-counselor ratio to reduce school shootings and other forms of violent and harmful behaviors.