As an educational facility serving K-12 students, Carmel Clay Schools provides safe access to Web 2.0 resources for our students and staff, while complying with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). We use the ContentKeeper filtering solution to provide a safe and education-focused content filter for desktop, laptop, Chromebook, and mobile devices while connected to the CCS network. This tool provides a nationally recognized, comprehensive, education-specific database and granularly customizable policies that filter based upon a variety of categories including adult material, sexually explicit material, security and phishing frauds, in addition to illegal or questionable material without over blocking. The list is updated directly from ContentKeeper. Carmel Clay Schools is also able to add sites to be blocked, when they are found to be inappropriate.
As new websites are constantly being developed, Carmel Clay Schools has a process in place which allows staff members to request sites to be added to the restricted list. Our nightly update along with continual evaluation of sites allow us to provide a safe online learning environment for our users.
- What data is tracked by ContentKeeper?
- Are student activities filtered while off-site/off of the CCS Network?
- To what extent, if any, does ContentKeeper affect system performance?
- What happens if ContentKeeper blocks a legitimate and non-nefarious site?
- Will ContentKeeper block all inappropriate content?