REPORT

Through the Gaggle Lens:
The State of Student Safety 2019–20 School Year

Through the Gaggle Lens: The State of Student Safety 2019–20 School Year

Discover key trends in student behavior during the 2019–20 school year—including what we saw during the pandemic

Through the Gaggle Lens: The State of Student Safety details the risky behaviors students are engaging in, including:

  • Violence: 12% increase from 2018–19
  • Suicide and self-harm: 19% increase from 2018–19
  • Nudity and sexual content: 24% increase from 2018–19
  • Substance abuse: 22% increase from 2018–19
  • Harassment: 61% increase from 2018–19

The 2019–20 school year was a striking contrast to the typical school year, with most schools across the country shutting down in March as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a special section of this year’s report, we dive into the changes in behaviors and trends seen through the Gaggle lens during this unusual time.

Download this report to learn more about current trends in school safety, how a digital student safety net functions, and what educators can do to keep their students safe.

If you’re interested in reviewing data from previous reports, please contact marketingteam@gaggle.net.

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