Keeping Students Safe Online

9 in 10 K-12 parents, educators, and administrators support edtech that is designed to keep students safe online

With more than 80% of K-12 students using a school-issued device as part of their learning, it is clear that keeping students safe online is a top priority for parents, educators, and administrators. Recent polling from Morning Consult revealed overwhelming support from these groups for edtech that is designed to:

  • Prevent students from accessing harmful content

  • Detect signs of a student considering self-harm or harm to others

  • Keep students on task and away from distractions

Additionally, survey respondents broadly agreed it is a school’s responsibility to implement these tools.

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Keeping Students Safe Online infographic
Keeping Students Safe Online infographic

A proactive approach to privacy

Parents and educators believe in the value of using the internet as a learning tool, but at the same time agree that certain types of protections are necessary to keep students safe online. GoGuardian provides thoughtful safety and productivity solutions to meet this demand.

Our team at GoGuardian recognizes the trust parents and educators place in us — trust that our technologies help protect students’ safety and trust that the company protects students’ privacy. To build on this trust, GoGuardian takes a proactive approach to privacy and has a dedicated Privacy Team committed to implementing top-line privacy protections.

Privacy is always our top priority when designing products, which is why more than 14,000 schools trust us to help keep their students safer online.

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Creating shared understanding

Supporting students’ online safety is a team effort, and as such, GoGuardian is committed to building a shared understanding among key stakeholders in K-12 education. In addition to seeking candid feedback and insights through third-party surveys, GoGuardian partners with like-minded organizations like the National PTA to elevate parent and educator voices and develop helpful resources. Our goal is to spark community conversations around online safety technology and help schools build effective digital practices to keep students safe and learning.

Schools have a responsibility to create a safe environment for children — whether in the classroom, on the playground, or online. If we extend the same type of thinking about student safety to the digital learning environment, the task becomes more clear for educators and parents alike.

Teddy Hartman
Head of Privacy,