for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
See how Gaggle Student Safety Representatives and Gaggle Safety Management monitor student communications around the clock to catch dangerous situations. In eleven minutes, this potentially life-threatening situation was flagged, forwarded, and dealt with by the student’s administrators to make sure all were kept safe.
Twenty-two percent of teens between the ages of 14 and 17 have sent and/or received pornographic images via mobile phone. Fifteen percent of teens have sent nude photos of themselves to someone they’ve never. No longer are children and teens protected by the anonymity of an 11-digit phone number.
On Friday, February 14th, “Amy” was using her Gmail account to email her friend “Jacob’s” Gaggle account. Initially, the conversation revolved around typical adolescent relationship problems. However, the exchange quickly took a turn for the worse, with Amy stating “I want to die” and “I want to kill myself.”
Early one school day, a student, “Jamie,” at Colony High School in Palmer, AK, sent a chat message to his friend letting him know how excited he was that he showed his father something he had nicknamed “neptune.” The word was present in numerous chats the student had, but did not include any further context.