Over the past decade, K-12 students have steadily reported growing rates of anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges, with those numbers greatly accelerated during the global pandemic. Educators working the front lines of this crisis need access to accurate and user-friendly tools that promote early intervention by identifying students at risk for cyberbullying, self-harm, violence, mental distress, and other related issues. What’s more, as remote learning and digital classrooms become the norm, teachers want the ability to set their students free to use apps and websites to learn and collaborate, while minimizing distractions and exposure to unhealthy content.