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Flick: B-N’s Best-kept Secret Success

Out on Bloomington’s east-side, next to the Chamber of Commerce, just down the way from a bustling Culver’s and a Thornton convenience center is the company’s national headquarters.


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Symposium on Student Online Safety Coming to Austin

The Symposium on Student Online Safety, offered by Gaggle at no cost to educators, is coming to Austin on Tuesday, October 11, at the TCEA Conference Center.


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Gaggle Believes Real Student Safety Saves Lives

I’ve had the opportunity over the past few months to get to know Rob Yoegel, VP of Marketing for Gaggle. I talked about them a bit when describing the second of five steps of The Science of Story process.


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MOREnet and Gaggle Partner to Protect Missouri Students Online

K–12 schools throughout the state of Missouri are eligible for student safety solution Gaggle Safety Management at a reduced price after Gaggle renewed its partnership with MOREnet.


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Missouri Schools Get Help Preventing Cyberbullying

The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) and Gaggle have announced that K-12 schools throughout Missouri are now eligible for a consortium discount on Gaggle Safety Management.


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Missouri Schools Extend Partnership With Gaggle

The Missouri Research and Education Network (MOREnet) and Gaggle announced today that K-12 schools throughout the state are now eligible for a consortium discount on Gaggle Safety Management.


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Safety Management Solutions Now Available with Gaggle Through our Consortium Discount

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.


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State Laws Impact Bullying Rates

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.