This is the number of registered users that we suggest you reach in your community through our program. If your school/district reaches this goal then you will have enough engaged parents to reduce social media issues in your community
This is the number of registered and engaged users in your community who have signed up using your unique share code. This number updates every day
This number helps us know how close you are to your registration goal to maximize engaged parents
% to your Goal
This is the monthly amount of engagement by parents with our four monthly newsletters and programs that are delivered directly to parents
This is a multiple that shows how much more engaged your district is than the industry standard using our programs. Our goal is that you reach 10x engagement levels with SmartSocial resources
District Engagement Comparison
This is the number of total students in your community that are licensed to be protected in the classroom and at home via our programs
Total Licensed Students
These are the total number of video, text and resources that the SmartSocial team has created to keep parents and students safe in your community. This has taken us 10 years and over $1MM in research so you don't have to create them
Total Resources in Our Program
This is the number of planning hours each year that each of your school sites will save when using our programs on each campus instead of creating them in-house
Hours Saved From Our Live Events
This is an estimated number based on national averages. According to a report by the National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice, about 20% of students aged 12-18 experienced bullying. Among those, 15% were bullied online or by text. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), school-based bullying prevention programs can decrease bullying by up to 25%.
Estimated Bullying and Cyberbullying Incidents Avoided*
This is an estimated number based on national averages. A study published in JAMA Pediatrics found that 45% of U.S. adolescents said they were online "almost constantly." Excessive screen time can lead to sleep disturbances, decreased academic performance, and other health issues. A study in the journal "Pediatrics" found that parental involvement, including setting screen-time limits, can effectively reduce excessive screen time by 20%.
Estimated Screen Time and Addiction Incidents Avoided*
This is an estimated number based on national averages. The Pew Research Center reported that 59% of U.S. teens have experienced abusive online behaviors. The Cyberbullying Research Center states that awareness and digital citizenship programs can reduce online abuse incidents by 15%.
Estimated Abusive Online Incidents Avoided*
This is the total number of incidents avoided in your community across cyber bullying, screen time and social media online behaviors based on our estimated incidents from national averages.