Do You Know Which Websites Your Students Access?

Is your school or school district budget being spent wisely?

You’ve paid for students to have a 1:1 take-home device and you’ve paid for the necessary online tools your students need to learn and succeed. But how do you know if that budget is being used as you envisioned?

Here’s another scenario:

Students take their devices home and you hope they use this device for educational purposes only. But hope is a long way away from facts and data. How do you know if students use their school-issued devices for school-related needs only?

Okay, last scenario:

In your 1:1 school district, there are students without Internet access at home. Not only are those students now at a disadvantage to their well-connected peers, but they have to find creative avenues to get the Internet access they need to use the digital tools paid for by your school or district.

If any of the above scenarios sound like you, keep reading.

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