Schools frequently like to partner with outside community organizations to provide additional supports and assistance to students. But bringing such partnerships together in a safe, secure, and effective way can be complicated. At Abre, we’ve worked towards solving these complications. How? By bringing community partners into the platform!
A good and happy new year to all! We’re starting 2020 with a focus on community. Through a series of posts, articles, and interviews, we’ll examine how technology helps strengthen the bonds of the broader learning community.
When parents send their students to school, how do their kids access the internet? This is an important question. Much of school is conducted on the internet. But schools are required to provide some levels of safety for students. How students access the internet affects the way schools filter content.
Today’s kindergartners will likely enter the workforce around 2037. With automation quickly changing the world of work (and the world at large), what might education look like in order to adapt to the future?
One of the holy grails of a communication center is to write once and then let the content flow to all necessary channels. A host of tools exist to assist the process. For this post, I want to share a favorite (and common) tool for communications in schools: WordPress.
Advances in technology. Increasing automation in all sectors of society. And the creative destruction of capitalism. What does this mean for K-12 Education?
This is part 1 of a series of posts derived from a presentation delivered during the 2019 Ohio School Board Conference.
The other day, a friend shared a conversation. “My daughter’s school said they’re a Google District. Do you know what that means?” We often ask new customers if they’re a Google District, a Microsoft District, or an Apple District. The question is crucial because it affects our playbook. It also affects the playbook of instruction.
A highpoint of the year is our Customer Summit. Few moments are more fulfilling than bringing customers together to share how they use Abre, what ideas they have for the future, and brainstorm with company leadership. We love the productive conversations, the “ah-ha” moments, and the laughter.