With the 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.
Ottumwa School District is employing a new internet software, Gaggle Safety Management, that will allow administrators to monitor the online activity of their students.
As an additional safety measure, the Williamson County School District implemented a technology program Gaggle, which tracks and identifies red flags that indicate threats or harm to students.
Schools are investing in high-tech solutions to flag potential student perpetrators of violence such as mass shootings.
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A district tech director details five ways to use professional development to improve success rates when implementing student safety platforms.
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
Duval County Public Schools was one of nearly 1,200 schools to renew a contract with Gaggle — a digital suicide prevention service.