for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
Without a third-party archiving solution, it will be difficult to remove content related to the safety and well being of your students. Your retention rules and litigation hold policies—whether at the organizational unit (OU) level or by the user—will make it virtually impossible to remove this unwanted content.
With technology always shifting, our communities and especially our students need a firm foundation for decision-making and behavior to help inform how these tools shape their lives. In the education community, we call this digital citizenship.
For years, technology-facilitated crime has presented courts and legislators with the difficulty of maintaining the pace and rapidity of trends in online crime. Some of the more common forms of technology-facilitated crime that affect students today include child pornography and cyberbullying.
Before you ring in the new year, we’ve compiled this list of top blog posts based on traffic to the Gaggle Speaks Blog and the number of shares each post received. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to check out the top Gaggle Speaks posts from this past year.
Three principals from Illinois spent with us to talk about how they have benefited from working with Gaggle and shared some stories about how we’ve helped to keep their students safe in a new video series we call “From the Principal’s Office.”
There’s an increasing expectation from the courts that document files and even social media also get retained. The burden falls on the school district and retention is not enough. You must also be able to search and produce specific data just like we have for email for the past decade.