New York State Education Law §2-D

Education Law §2-D impacts the way that districts in the state of New York manage their assets. As of 2019 schools are required to be compliant with these regulations, which foster privacy and security of the personally identifiable information of students and staff.

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Hayes Software Systems has been empowering districts to manage data since 1990, and it has always been our priority to ensure that school districts have confidence in their data, its security, and district compliance with local laws and regulations. Not only are Hayes’ software solutions fully compliant with NY EdLaw §2-D, Hayes is already working with districts in the state.

With the upcoming school year approaching quickly, districts in the state of New York must comply with the requirements of Ed Law §2-D, and we are here to support you. Our solutions are compliant with Education Law §2-D, and our staff is here to help support you as you navigate your district’s asset management.

Consider Hayes as a resource to ensure that your district is compliant with staff and students data privacy! Learn more about what this means for your district by contacting Hayes today.

About TIPWeb-IT


TIPWeb-IT empowers you to work smarter by efficiently managing district and campus inventory in a single solution. Eliminate repetitive manual data entry, tedious paper processes, and information silos with a cloud-based software that makes it easy to report what you own, where it’s located, and how it’s being used. 


About Hayes Software Systems


By offering SaaS solutions and services tailor-made for the unique needs of education professionals for nearly 30 years, Hayes has helped over 8,000 schools, including 35 of the largest 100 districts in the country, implement asset management solutions. Hayes is a privately held company specializing in asset management software and services to support K-12 inventory accountability. While primarily servicing K-12 school systems, Hayes also has customers in higher education, state agencies, and government entities.  

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