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Safe Communication Tools
Raymond J. Fisher Middle School: Adopting Gaggle to Support its Schoolwide, Take-Home 1:1 Initiative

Going into the third year of its 1:1 device initiative, this middle school needed a technology platform that would monitor bullying, self-harm, and other inappropriate behaviors of students as they used Google applications on their Chromebooks.
03/25/2019

Safety Management for G Suite
Desert Sands Unified School District: A Valuable Tool for Encouraging Appropriate Online Behavior

The district wanted more human eyes on its student’s safety on a 24/7/365 basis and no longer wanted to rely on just three TOSAs (Teachers on Special Assignment) to handle student situations.
03/04/2019

Gaggle Safety Management
Victor Valley Union High School District: Developing Responsible Digital Citizens while Providing a Safe Digital Environment

The Victor Valley Union High School District adopted Google Suite and prior to that, was relying on student reporting and internal monitoring safeguards before identifying a robust digital safety technology system to keep students safe in their school-provided accounts.
02/20/2019

Safety Management for G Suite
Hesperia Unified School District: Uncovering the Unknown of Student Safety

Hesperia Unified School District’s decision to put Chromebooks into the hands of every student, starting in third grade, meant that they would have 24/7 access to email, shared documents and much more.
04/15/2016

Safety Management for G Suite
Redding School District: Creating a Safe 1:1 Learning Environment

As part of a three-year strategic action plan, Redding School District remains committed to moving its schools forward in four distinct ways, one of which is the ethical use of mobile technology.
02/17/2016