Our district just ended a subscription with Gaggle (for money reasons). We are looking into options on "replacing" it. First, we want to replace the free, safe email for kids but what this post is about is replacing the blog feature for teachers (and kids, if possible).

The options I have found are: Edublogs and Blogger.

I like both services but I wanted to get an idea of what you guys thought if you have had experience with these products. Have you run into any problems with privacy or safety?

Are there other good blogging products out there? Like I said, we are looking for a free blogging product for mainly teachers - and a student blog would be a plus. Thanks in advance!

Tags: blog, blogger, edublog, free

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Thanks--I suspect Role Manager was the missing link for my set up.

Yeah I installed the privacy options and the "login as" plug-in (I liked that one :) ).

I also installed the Role Manager plug-in and it looks like it has a lot of options! It looks very useful! Thanks for the tip!



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