Student Safety and Restorative Justice

Zero-tolerance behavioral policies spread throughout the United States in the mid-1990s, after the Gun-Free Schools Act of 1994 required states to expel for one year […]

Are There Student Safety Concerns in Your Archive?

I’ve written in the past about the reasons why you should archive email, documents and files using a third-party solution. Similarly, there are strong reasons […]

The Impact of Technology-Facilitated Crimes on Students

For years, technology-facilitated crime has presented courts and legislators with the difficulty of maintaining the pace and rapidity of trends in online crime. Some of […]

Have Schools Become Too Dangerous?

The term “physical campus safety” probably conjures up images of smoke detectors, evacuation plans, tornado drills, recess monitors and other components of school safety that […]

Top 10 Gaggle Speaks Blog Posts from 2017

Before you ring in the new year, we’ve compiled this list of top blog posts based on traffic to the Gaggle Speaks Blog and the […]

Student Online Safety Featured in New Video Series, “From the Principal’s Office”

Round-the-clock student safety is nothing new at Gaggle. Hundreds of school districts and thousands of schools have relied on Gaggle Safety Management to keep millions […]

Student Safety: It Takes a Village

Who is ultimately responsible for the safety of K-12 students, school districts or parents and guardians? When confronted with issues of student safety, the natural […]

How Child Pornography Gets on School-Issued Technology

Many schools and districts are unaware, but there’s a very possible scenario by which child pornography can get on school-provided technology. This predicament can represent […]

Student Safety and SEL

Access to Chromebooks has increased 52% for students in grades 6-8 and 100% in high schools nationwide over the past two years, according to Project […]

There’s More Than Homework in Students’ Drive Accounts

Through a partnership earlier this year with Project Tomorrow and the impressive national research project, Speak Up, we’ve found that student use of school-provided technology […]

Aligning Student Safety to Your Risk Management Initiatives

Risk is everywhere in our lives. For K-12 schools, risk management solutions include worker’s compensation and personal liability, background checks for criminal records and proper […]

From Slut Pages to Sexting Scandals: The Impact of Online Shame In Schools

From small towns like Canon City, Colorado, to Winnetka, Illinois, countless schools have been reeling from the fallout of slut pages and sexting scandals that […]

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