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Gaggle helps ensure the safety of students by combining machine learning technology with real people who review questionable or suspicious content in email, online file storage, links, attachments and other tools. Safety Management is offered for both Google Apps for Education and Microsoft Office 365.
Students living in states with an antibullying law that includes at least one U.S. Department of Education-recommended legislative component had lower reported bullying and cyberbullying rates compared to students living in states without such legal provisions, according to recent research.
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Gaggle and the American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA) today announced the results of a survey that reveal school officials are paying more attention to the safety of their students when using educational technology.
While the name doesn’t sound serious, their business is. Gaggle provides a monitoring solution that scans email, attachments, calendars, and documents looking for pornography, inappropriate images, and certain words.