Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools wants to make sure that it’s proactive with online student safety. After deciding to give Gmail accounts to students starting in fifth grade, the district quickly realized that the controls inside Gmail and Google Apps for Education were not enough to ensure the safety of its students.
To help keep students safe, Wisconsin Rapids now relies on Safety Management for Google Apps. Gaggle’s year-round, around the clock monitoring and filtering of communication within Google Apps for Education helped prevent immediate self-harm to one student from occurring during the summer.
In this case study, learn how:
- Gaggle Safety Management for Google Apps and Gaggle Student Safety Representatives identified the email and quickly went into action.
- How Gaggle removes the burden of taking the time to search through quarantined email for inappropriate messages or suspicious content.
- And more.
Read the entire case study, “Student Safety Doesn’t Take the Summer Off,” and learn more about how Gaggle helps students stay safe when using Google Apps for Education and other online learning tools, by visiting the case study section of the Gaggle Content library.