Ed tech company Abre.io has released three new apps as part of its education management platform, including one designed to help build IEP and 504 plans. The Forms app, as its name implies, allows for the creation and management of forms for staff, parents and others; The Plans app is " for creating and tracking individual student plans such as IEPs and 504s," according to Abre; and Learn is designed for "distribution and tracking of personalized learning content for staff development." Read full article on The Journal
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Leading K-12 education management platform provider Abre.io (www.abre.io) announced today it has added three new applications to its growing lineup. The new apps include a Forms app for building and managing forms for staff, students and parents; a Plans app for creating and tracking individual student plans such as IEPs and 504s and, lastly, a Learn app that enables the distribution and tracking of personalized learning content for staff development. Read full article on PR Newswire
A Cincinnati educational tech startup has teachers running the Appalachian Trail and rowing across an ocean to create lessons for their students. Abre, which gives applications and tools to schools, parents, teachers and administrators, is piloting a program called "Abre Everywhere" that supports teachers in undergoing endeavors in fields they're passionate about and then turning those into curricula and lesson plans that can not only be shared with their own students but with students all over the country on Abre's platform. Read full article on Cincinnati Business Courier
In today’s educational environment, schools at every level are embracing powerful digital resources to transform their classrooms, from digital whiteboards to e-books, online gradebooks and more. With so many new technologies and the goal of improving the educational experience for teachers and students alike, Abre in Cincinnati developed a solution to simplify it all. Read full article on TechOhio
Leading school management platform provider Abre.io announced today it has signed the Vendor Pledge, as part of its participation in Project Unicorn, an initiative to get school districts and vendors to agree on data interoperability standards for technology implementations in school districts. Read full article on PR Newswire
CINCINNATI -- A new technology is helping two Tri-State teachers keep up with the classroom while they attempt world-record-setting feats that take them far from home. Harvey Lewis is trying to beat the world record for running the Appalachian Trial, and Bryce Carlson hopes to beat the record for rowing across the Atlantic Ocean. Read full article on WCPO
Abre, the Cincinnati-based startup that developed an open-source tool for educators, has announced a new program called Abre Everywhere. Read full article on CINCYINNO
As part of the Abre team, the Senior Developer will lead a team of junior developers to create and coordinate web application development for the Abre platform.
As part of the Abre team, the Junior Developer will create and coordinate web application development for the Abre platform.
It’s been said that necessity is the mother of invention. It could also be said that necessity is, in a way, the mother of startups. At least, that was the case for Abre. Read full article on CINCYINNO