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Our creative middle school students have started turning their Chromebook wifi off once they have a game website up in order to circumvent our monitoring software Hapara. Is anyone aware of a way to block students from being able to turn wifi off on a Chromebook? I didn't find anything in domain management.

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Recently, students are only able to see Google Sites templates that were created in their own sub-domain - students.holliston.k12.ma.us - when they choose to create a site from a template. They used to be able to see all the ones that were created in the primary domain holliston.k12.ma.us by our tech staff, which is what we want. I don't think we changed any settings. Any ideas on this?

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We are 1 to 1 with Chromebooks at our middle school and concerned about our inability to preserve student Chrome history long-term. We have looked at blocking the history URL, which would keep students from clearing history, but it would also keep parents from being able to see the history or us unless we changed the student's OU or turned off the block temporarily. We would really like a robust solution that will archive all of student browsing history and give our admins access to it if warranted - without special steps.

Anyone have a solution they are using for this? Maybe GoGuardian does this?

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RAMS Connects with Burkina Faso
Mrs. Auster recently connected with a French speaking classroom in Nouna, a city in the African nation of Burkina Faso. This connection has enabled her students to exchange French letters with the students there and to get a sense of the way of life for kid...
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