Vigo County School Corporation in Indiana serves 14,000 students across K-12 grades and relies on Lightspeed Filter™ to monitor student Chromebook devices. To be federally compliant, the district is required to have a content filtering software deployed on school-owned Chromebooks
Previously a Deputy Sheriff for Tehama County, California, for 19 years, Shelley McCullough joins Lightspeed Systems as a Safety Specialist to help protect students online.
Lauderdale County School District (AL) uses the best-in-class web filtering software Lightspeed Filter for their 1:1 program to keep students engaged online.
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Get a ready-made guide your school can give to parents on digital citizenship so they can understand it and reinforce how to be a good digital citizen.
Students face a multitude of dangers online. In this free guide, learn about the four best actions you can take to combat online safety risks for your students.
VUSD's 1:1 student device technology program with Chromebooks utilizes the power of Lightspeed Alert's AI and Lightspeed Safety Specialists to keep their students and staff safe district-wide.