Safety Management Categories: Profanity & Hate Speech

With this Gaggle Speaks post, we’re launching a new series specifically about our Safety Management categories.

When Safety Representatives discover inappropriate content in student communications and files, they categorize them so that school and district emergency contacts can easily discern why they’re inappropriate.

The Profanity & Hate Speech category is for terminology that students use inappropriately or with hurtful intent, whether in conversation with others or privately. Most often, incidents aren’t seriously inappropriate, but rather it’s a matter of teaching students common courtesy and how to communicate appropriately with peers, educators and even privately on technology provided by the school or district.

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