Concord Schools providing more protection for students learning online

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Concord Community Schools is introducing a new system to provide more protection for students who are learning online.

The security system Gaggle is being utilized to review student contact and reports any potentially inappropriate or unsafe communication to the district.

The program provides live monitoring of student’s online learning activities through an in-house team of live, trained safety experts who are able to flag content and judge the severity of it, according to 95.3 MNC’s reporting partners at ABC 57.

District leaders say with students learning remotely, from home, the extra layer of security will help us ensure their well-being.

Read more about the online protection from the original story posted by ABC 57.

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