Will Monitoring Students Change the Way They Share Information?

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Clinical psychologist and attorney Lisa Strohman shares that parents may not understand what they are signing up for when they agree to Gaggle surveillance services as part of their school program. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork wonders if kids think their being monitored, will they stop communicating when they are in need.