for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
We’ve all seen that scene in a movie where a kid comes sprinting down his street, pursued by a snarling bully. Just as the bigger, meaner kid reaches out to grab our hero’s arm, he slips inside his house and slams the front door, safe.
The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Kids Age Zero to Eight 2017 is part of a series of probability-based surveys documenting media use patterns among children from birth to age 8 in America. The latest survey includes a nationally representative sample of more than 1,400 parents from all regions of the country.
Our most recent Success Story highlights the work of Mario De La Rosa, Director of Safety and Security, and others at Round Rock Independent School District. In addition to learning how this Texas school district takes a proactive approach to student safety by breaking down department silos.
This past summer, no one at Gaggle was surprised when our Safety Management Team started keeping track of the lives it saves by reviewing suspicious content and alerting our school or district emergency contacts to imminent suicide threats. Our latest case study shares one of those stories.
An increasing number of school districts, like Wayne Township Public Schools in New Jersey, understand the value of both teaching digital citizenship and implementing technology that helps create teachable moments for students who might take a misstep.
Whether we’re talking with superintendents, technology directors, police chiefs, parents or even students, a common theme is the need for more resources on understanding and preventing incidents of cyberbullying. To help, we’ve published a new ebook.
The role of these individuals was the theme of the Gaggle webcast, “Backpacks, Browsers and Badges: Law Enforcement’s Role in Online Student Safety,” which welcomed Chief Ian Moffett from the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department and Sarah Trimble-Oliver, CIO at Cincinnati Public Schools.