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Educate your staff about Cybersecurity

With the increased frequency of data breaches, school districts are growing more concerned with data security measures. Every school has information on many students stored within their software. Data safety should be at the forefront of your mind. How do you educate...

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Tips for a Quick Reconciliation

Most people do not consider reconciliation the favorite part of their job. It can be time-consuming and frustrating. However, it’s an important part of accounting in any organization. How can you make reconciliation easier on yourself? 1. Locate discrepancies first....

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Quick Tips to Help You Track K-12 Funds

It’s difficult to monitor every payment that comes through the door at a school district. Payments can get lost in backpacks or the wrong amount could be entered into the system. Plus, once your school receives the payment, how can you be sure the money is going to...

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Build Better Parent Engagement in Four Steps

By now, your staff has probably figured out that the more payments processed online means they save more time. Everyone wants to save more time but your program might be at a bit of a standstill. Without parents making more of their payments through your Web Store,...

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Take the Fear out of Change: Learn how to get Team Buy-In

Change can be scary. That isn’t a surprise. One of the most difficult things districts can face is making a change. Specifically, a software change. It is difficult, because staff will need to spend time learning the new system, there will be growing pains, and how...

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Social Media in the Classroom Part 3: Pinterest

Pinterest is popping! You’ve heard about it, you’ve seen it, and you may even have a profile yourself. You can even use Pinterest in the classroom. We can help you with that. 1. Swap lesson plans with other teachers online. Pinterest is a hub of creative professionals...

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Social Media in the Classroom Series Part 2: Facebook

No social media site is as well known, or as much of a powerhouse, as Facebook. Originally developed for college students, Facebook now meets a vast variety of needs. Many teachers are incorporating Facebook into the classroom. A recent study even found that Facebook...

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Social Media in the Classroom Part 1: Twitter

With the ubiquity of smart phones and tablets, social media seamlessly integrates into our lives. Your students are online, fluent in the languages of Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. In this blog series, you will learn how to effectively use social media in the...

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A Simple Summary of PCI DSS

Do you hear people talk about PCI DSS compliance but never explain it? We have to admit, RevTrak has been guilty of this, but we are making things right. Here is a simple overview of PCI DSS and what it means for you, finally. PCI DSS stands for “Payment Card Industry...

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Educational Summer Activities for Children

Summer is here. It goes by fast, so remember to make the most of every day. There are many things to keep children busy in the summer, but it is important to continue the lessons your children learned in school. Here are some ways to keep the learning and the fun...

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Best Practices for Safeguarding Data Security

With the changing face of data security, now is the time to make changes to protect customer information. Data breaches are a concern for all businesses that handle customer data since you need to make sure customer information is safe. Here is how you can work to...

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Teaching Children About Digital Citizenship

Children are growing up in a world where the internet has always existed. Devices are more affordable and user-friendly. Social media is prevalent, and children are spending more time online. How do you help children learn about digital citizenship? 1. Pay attention...

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