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These Guys Take Care of the Data So You Can Focus on Student Outcomes

By most measures, Abre is one of the most successful and fastest growing EdTech companies around. Over the last couple of years, they have practically invented a category, DaaS, or Data-as-a-Service. In short, these former school and district data guys have figured out how to take the entire data headache away from your district, and hand you back a finely integrated service that organizes all your data and makes it actionable to every stakeholder, including teachers, administrators, parents, students and community organizations

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Abre Announces New Board Member with Extensive K-12 EdTech Experience

Abre, K-12’s leading administration platform to support the Whole Child, today announced a key addition to its board of directors. Paula Reed brings more than 25 years experience in EdTech sales, marketing and consulting which makes her a valuable director to further that work.

Abre.io Announces New Executives to Continue Accelerating Record Growth

Abre.io (Abre), K-12’s leading administration platform provider to support the whole child, today announced two key additions to its executive team following a record fiscal year. Kelly Havens and Aubrey Escobar join the company as SVP of Finance and Operations and VP of Strategic Partnerships, respectively, where they bring more than 30 years of combined experience in education and technology.

Abre.io Announces Partnership with SSIS CoLab Offering Evidenced-Based Student Well-being and Mental Health Solutions for Schools

Abre.io (Abre), K-12’s leading administration platform provider to support the whole child, and SSIS CoLab, an evidence-based student well-being assessment and intervention solution, are proud to announce a formal partnership. The integration between Abre and SSIS CoLab will provide critical information regarding the whole child by synthesizing data provided by students, teachers, and parents regarding a child’s well-being.