Apple devices open the door to an endless amount of educational content that's out there on the web. Conversely, this accessibility is a gateway to non-educational content best kept out of student's hands while in the classroom. The challenge teachers face is they don't have time to continuously monitor what each student is doing on their device, and at the same time must steer them away from the distractions on the wide open internet. These issues can sometimes be remedied by installing configuration profiles, but it's no secret that even if an IT administrator installs profiles on mobile devices, students know how to remove them. So, how can we keep kids on track in class and keep them safe without hindering the full user experience Apple devices offer?