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Cincinnati school superintendent, police chief address school security, pedestrian safety

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.

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Gaggle Software To Help Ottumwa Schools Monitor Internet Activity

Ottumwa School District is employing a new internet software, Gaggle Safety Management, that will allow administrators to monitor the online activity of their students.


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New tech program to identify threats to student safety in county schools

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.


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Mass Shootings Renew Schools’ Concerns With Protecting Students

Schools are investing in high-tech solutions to flag potential student perpetrators of violence such as mass shootings.

eSchool News

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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

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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.