Since the start of the pandemic, there has been an increase in the usage of devices after hours. There is an increase use of Hangouts and Teams. There has been an increase in explicit content involving minors. Now more than ever, technology navigates students’ private and public lives. However, the permanence of online activity can be a difficult concept for adolescents to understand, leaving them vulnerable in the digital world.
Students can face the dangers of bullying, suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, and acts of violence. While student safety has come a long way over the past few decades, we’re still not where we need to be in terms of keeping our students safe. And with the increase usage of online activity due to the pandemic, it is imperative to keep them safe.
This roundtable will explore the key components of student and school safety and solutions for prevention. It will also cover student safety tools keep a close eye on how students are doing both during and after school hours as they engage in the education from home, helping districts identify those who may be struggling. Together we can keep our students safe and engaged in the classroom.
The real estate tax lien asset class.
Sourcing tax liens and performing pre-acquisition due diligence.
Best practices for servicing tax lien portfolios.
Exiting tax lien portfolios via foreclosure and workouts.
Opportunistic value add and other return-enhancing strategies.