When Cuba Middle-Senior High School student Ethan Martindale was a freshman, his good friend Cole took his life. Now a senior, Ethan sat down with Heather Durkac, Gaggle's Vice President of Operations, to discuss how his class was informed of this tragedy and how he and the town have since been on a mission to promote suicide awareness.
Kaitlyn Schlesinger, Gaggle’s Director of Therapy Services, speaks with Dr. Aida Vazin, Gaggle Therapy Consultant and Clinician, about the origin of our new teletherapy service, its timely and relevant launch, and the importance of student mental health awareness.
Gaggle’s Casey Lee, CTO, and Justin West, Director of Information Technology discuss how the past year has affected our technology infrastructure, how we were impacted, how we responded, and how we scaled.
The House and Senate both passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, a $2.3 trillion package that is essentially two bills. One is a $900 billion stimulus for coronavirus relief, and the other is a $1.4 trillion omnibus funding bill to ensure no government shutdown until next year. Both of these bills provide funding resources and need-to-know information for education. Susan Gentz, funding expert, explains the details of these new funding packages.
Linewize’s Director of Marketing, Ilana Plummer, interviews Gaggle’s CEO, Jeff Patterson, and Linewize’s Ross Young, VP for North America. The partnership between Gaggle and Linewize illustrates how it takes a village to keep students safe and to help them thrive. Hear how the two companies are partnering to help ensure the well-being and safety of all students.
Are your students truly safe in the digital environment? Whether your students are learning remotely or in a physical classroom, it‘s vital to take a closer look at the digital tools being used to enhance the learning experience. In order to protect the whole child, educators must do more than simply trust students to act safely online. Students must be aware of the risks and equipped with the tools and skills they need to be good digital citizens. Hear a panel of education leaders discuss digital safety and its impact on student mental health.