CHICAGO, IL—Learn how one Chicago school district is employing Chromebooks—and GoGuardian for Teachers—as part of a growing 1:1 technology program across the district's three high schools.
BURLINGAME, CA—Students in need finding mental health services is an unequivocal good, but what about the implications of omnipresent surveillance of and access to students' search history? School counselors, administrators, and GoGuardian Product Managers weigh in on the topic.
GoGuardian, a company that offers Chromebook management software for schools, has integrated its GoGuardian for Teachers classroom management with Google Classroom, and as a result, teachers will be better able to connect and communicate with students and be better equipped to protect them from harmful or distracting content.
NPR: All Things Considered
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Many schools in the U.S. already use a software tool to block certain websites. Now, they're implementing that same tool to prevent suicide — the second-leading cause of death among youth.
LOS ANGELES—Learn how Ontario Christian Schools, a private K-12 school near Los Angeles, used GoGuardian for Admins to help prevent potential suicide attempts and other harmful behaviors.
FORNEY, TX—The Forney Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to purchase 8,000 HP Chromebooks at their regularly scheduled meeting on February 29, 2016. EachHP Chromebook 11 G4 EE was designed and built more “ruggedized” for classroom and education purposes and will also include GoGuardian security software.
LOS ANGELES—GoGuardian, an educational technology company that provides digital learning tools for K-12 schools, announced today the launch of Google Classroom Integration for GoGuardian for Teachers, a product currently used by teachers of more than 200,000 students in nearly 1,000 school districts.
World Economic Forum
Kids these days: are they ready for the next generation of jobs? See what President Obama, Vanderbilt University professor Barbara Stengel, and GoGuardian co-founder and CEO Aza Steel have to say about what we can do—and are doing well—to better prepare the next generation.