Students Disrupted: One Year Into the Pandemic


It’s been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic first forced schools across the country to close their doors. What exactly are we seeing in terms of student safety and well-being?

From March 13, 2020 to March 12, 2021, Gaggle recorded:

  • 85% more content created per student
  • 31% increase in student safety incidents
  • 273,000+ incidents requiring district intervention
  • 495 apparent suicide notes

In this special report, we dive into what Gaggle’s data is telling us about student mental health during a full year of living and learning through the pandemic. Download the report to see what the data revealed about student safety trends during this unpredictable time. Plus, learn what we’re seeing so far during the 2020–21 school year.

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Suicide & Self-Harm Increased by 35%

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Violence Toward Others Increased by 23%

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Nudity & Sexual Content Increased by 76%

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Drugs & Alcohol Increased by 46%

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Harassment Decreased by 4%