Student Safety & Well-Being:
What Educators Think


Gaggle Makes Schools Safer

EdWeek Research Center recently surveyed K-12 educators to learn more about their views on student safety platforms. Respondents included 932 principals, counselors, district leaders, and other educators who help monitor students’ online safety.

Here’s what Gaggle users said about how our platform has helped enhance student safety in their district. To learn more about the findings from this survey, be sure to read the full white paper from EdWeek Research Center.







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