for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
G Suite for Education and Office 365 are wonderful learning solutions, but they also present a liability to K-12 schools and districts that don’t fully consider the ramifications of student safety. Moral of the story: If you use these tools, there is more than homework in your students’ drive accounts.
When you give such a rich and robust platform as Office 365 to students, they don’t always use it just for school work. Gaggle Safety Management is that layer above Office 365 that has real people looking into the issues and problems that might be in Office 365 communications.
Founded in 1984, the non-profit National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) serves as the national clearinghouse and resource center for information about missing and exploited children.
Throughout the past 33 years, NCMEC’s national toll-free CyberTipline, 1-800-THE-LOST® (1-800-843-5678), has received more than 4.4 million calls. During the 2016-17 school year, Gaggle registered 605 images with NCMEC, protecting schools and districts from the risks involved in handling child pornography.
Watch this webinar to learn more about how NCMEC continues to assist law enforcement in the recovery of missing children, child sexual exploitation, child pornography, and child abduction, and how Gaggle Safety Management works with this incredible organization to help keep your students safe.
Note: NCMEC slides were not made available for this archived webcast.
Gaggle Safety Management discovers inappropriate words and images in G Suite for Education, Office 365 and learning management systems. Learn how Gaggle can help create a safe learning environment in our YouTube series called “Real Students. Real Stories.”
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