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
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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
Are your staff and students happy about remembering multiple usernames and passwords? Is your technology team enjoying creating separate username and password combinations for each system/software in your school district (not to mention that each system has it’s own password restrictions)? I highly doubt it.
Education has come a long way since the days of chalkboards, bulky textbooks and meticulously-kept, handwritten gradebooks. 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. Abre in Cincinnati, Ohio, was developed by educators to unify all these new digital resources to enable teachers to spend less time managing their services and more time teaching students. Read full article on Tech Ohio
Abre’s Customer Success Associates are the critical link between the delivery of our software platform and the schools or districts after the sale is complete. Their primary responsibility is to ensure our customers have a smooth implementation of our platform. This includes supporting the initial integrations, stakeholder engagement with the product and delivery of any needed training and best practices for how schools effectively use Abre.
Growing Number of Schools Adopting the Innovative Education Management Software CINCINNATI, Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Abre.io, an innovative software platform for schools, announces the general availability of its software based on an open source project of the same name. Abre.io Inc. will continue support and grow the open source community. The open source project was started by Co-Founders Zach Vander Veen and Chris Rose under the support of Hamilton City School District, Hamilton, OH. They created a single sign-on environment where all web-based technology lives for teachers, staff, students and parents. Subsequently, Vander Veen and Rose turned Abre [...]