Content Monitoring for G Suite and Microsoft 365

Give your students a digital safety net while they use their school accounts.

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Monitoring Can Help Save Student Lives

Students use their school-issued accounts for more than just homework. Our monitoring service scans emails, chats, and files for signs of serious issues like Suicidal ideation, Threats of violence, Bullying, Sexual content, And more

Advanced Features

Get timely alerts

Depending on the severity of the alert, you’ll be notified through your dashboard or via email. Bark for Schools+ subscribers will also get personal texts and phone calls in the event of an emergency.

Customize detection settings

Our personalized reports will give you insights into how your student body uses technology, as well as common issues affecting student safety.

Generate reports to identify trends

Our personalized reports will give you insights into how your student body uses technology, as well as common issues affecting student safety.

Protect student data and privacy

Bark is dedicated to making sure your student data is secure. We adhere to all the compliance standards required by: COPPA, FERPA, CIPA, SOC 2 Type II, AB 1584.

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Our Technology

Bark for Schools is unlike any other student safety product on the market. Learn how our award-winning technology works to help keep students safe in more than 2,500 districts across the U.S. You can also get details on our escalation process, privacy standards, and more.

In 2019, Bark for Schools detected:

5,404,777 Potential Issues

on school-issued G Suite and Office 365 accounts

892,670 Instances

of children using school accounts to buy, sell, or discuss taking illicit drugs

878,419 Instances

of nudity/explicit content

251,367 Students

involved in cyberbullying on school-issued accounts

91,812 Children

expressing self-harm, cutting, and/or suicidal thoughts

6 Instances

of children communicating with online predators

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