Reduce waste with the paperless school
The office of today takes advantage of technology to make the workplace paperless, but why does the paperless school seem like a fairytale?
New technology can modernise the classroom, reducing the clutter and the dependence on physical filing, improving security at the same time. And let’s not forget about the ecological argument that goes with digital, because the creation of a paperless school is better for the environment altogether, cutting back on excess waste.
The paperless dream has been one that we’ve been looking to for over 40 years. Can the paperless school be something that yours achieves within the next few?
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