• Why Data Security Matters in Education

    As we continue intertwining technology with daily life, data collection has become the norm. An unintentional, and often dangerous, side-effect of the massive amount of data collection is an increase in data breaches.

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  • How YellowFolder Can Help with ESSA

    ESSA, or Every Student Succeeds Act, is a direct replacement of the aging NCLB (No Child Left Behind). ESSA requires all students to be taught high academic standards, specifically targeting students in poverty, providing equal opportunities for special education services, and expanding students' personalized learning opportunities. YellowFolder digital record management is capable of tracking these ESSA standards while saving the district money.

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  • How Much Can Going Paperless Save Your School District?

    Saving time and money that can be used to improve students' school experience has never been easier. Switching from paper to an electronic, paperless, K-12 record management is on the rise and for good reason.

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  • Combat Natural Disasters by Going Paperless

    It wasn’t just a bad year for natural disasters, but 2017 also set a record for the loss of property and physical documents/records as well. With numbers exceeding $265 billion in damage, the cost of loss of records is estimated at over $200 per document, including the cost of materials used in replacing the record and man-hours.

     

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  • Retention 101: 5 Tips for K-12 Record Management Compliance

    It is virtually impossible to meet K-12 record management compliance of paper-based student records. With an electronic record management system, you can set access controls to restrict who can view, read, change, or act upon confidential student records while meeting retention requirements of every document in storage.

     

    The following 5 tips will help you store, backup, protect, and maintain privacy requirements of student records while also improving the efficiency of your facility:

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