Rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide are on the rise. With instability caused by school closures, exponential increases in rates of domestic violence, and the civil unrest that’s led to ongoing social turmoil, students are facing a myriad of risk factors that have never been seen before. In these unprecedented times, students need mental health support more than ever.
Whether your district has returned to in-person classes, a hybrid model, or distance learning this semester, you’ll need comprehensive strategies to get students the help that they need.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss how to identify students in crisis, plans for addressing students’ mental health during in-person and distance learning, tips for creating a supportive school environment, and how to fund mental health programming.
Machine learning technology flags potentially harmful content and images in students’ school-issued email and online file storage accounts.
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An in-house team of trained safety professionals work 24/7/365 to evaluate flagged content for false positives, categorize incidents, and determine their severity.
Gaggle intercepts harmful content and alerts administrators based on severity. In imminent situations, district-appointed contacts are notified immediately, even after standard business hours.