Former Wrestling Pro Gives Hope to K-12 Audiences

One of our sales representatives, Alex Danko, learned about a dynamic school assembly speaker who focuses on bullying, suicide, and making good life choices. Marc […]

4 Ways Parents Can Keep Kids Safe on Social Media

With the 2018-19 school year underway, children K-12 will be increasing the time spent on both school-provided technology and personal devices. Many parents find it […]

Sextorition? It’s Real!

Have you heard about Sextorition?  It’s a real thing. We love this Thorn Video.  It really speaks to kids!   The post Sextorition? It’s Real! appeared […]

How to Talk to Parents About Safety on School-provided Technology

More and more of today’s parents are digital natives who grew up with laptops, tablets and smartphones as part of their lives, so unlike previous […]

Is Cyberbullying Illegal in Your State?

The ubiquity of social media and mobile technology has made it easy for bullies to continue their behavior on every corner of the Internet. We’ve […]

Why Cyberbullying Affects Girls More than Boys

We’ve written before about how cyberbullying can be more insidious than physical bullying because it follows kids home. Educators and parents should also be aware […]

How to Keep Your Students (and Teachers) Safe on Facebook

Every day, students and teachers provide information to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat  and Instagram, whether they are chatting with friends or posting […]

Cyberbullying Never Sleeps: How to Protect Kids at School and at Home

We’ve all seen that scene in a movie where a kid comes sprinting down his street, pursued by a snarling bully. Just as the bigger, […]

Making Sense of the Common Sense Census

Jeff Mao, former Senior Director of Outreach at Common Sense Media, provided one of my favorite analogies a few years back. We were talking about […]

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 […]

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