Don’t just collect student data, act on it.

Abre centralizes, consolidates, and synthesizes data so you can spend your time on what matters most—making impactful decisions to support the Whole Child.

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Share district & school success at every level

Your district and school’s data empowers you to share stories of student and staff successes. Easy-to-understand dashboards allow you to track student outcomes, and share those triumphs with supers, principals, board members, and families.

Get macro-level insights to inform your strategic plan.

Visualize your data at district & building levels to determine impactful resource allocation and initiatives—and see the impact of your decisions show up in your data in real time.

See the efficacy of individuals and programs.

Pinpoint exactly which teachers, staff members, and partners are having the biggest impact on student success to maximize your talent and initiatives.

Which type of K-12 data solution is right for you?

We break down the most important questions to ask so you can make the best decision for your school or district.

Get all stakeholders involved in supporting the Whole Child.

Set custom permissions to grant access to teachers, families, and partners, so the whole community can better serve students while staying in compliance with data-sharing laws like FERPA.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of decisions can we make with Abre?

We use a step by step approach to help you grow and improve your data in a sustainable, manageable way. In early stages of this process, you can answer questions based on single sources of data, such as “Which partner programs have the highest participation?” or “What are our assessment scores?”

As your data gets more sophisticated, we’ll help you layer different sources to answer more complex questions like “Which students are At-Risk and why?” or “Is student wellness impacting academics?”

With answers to these questions, you can understand what’s working and what’s not, to make more confident decisions in where you invest more resources to support student success.

How can Abre make our data more organized?

Abre pulls all of your data into ONE place, eliminating siloed information and allowing stakeholders to see the full picture of a student. Staff and administrators don’t need to log in to several different apps to see the different aspects of student success—it’s all in one easy-to-understand dashboard.

How quickly and easily can we see a dashboard with our data?

We’ll get you up and running with an actionable data dashboard within 30 days.

Who can access Abre?

Abre’s mission is to open data and information to the WHOLE learning community. That means not only can your administration team access Abre, but so can partners, families, staff, and students—so everyone has access to the information they need to support student success.

How much change management is involved?

Access and permissions are customizable, so you’re in control of how and when you roll out the platform to other stakeholders. We typically work with administrators to get started and ensure they understand the system and data. Then we can work with you to help develop a smooth rollout plan to teachers, other staff members, partners, and families.

How does Abre ensure that our students’ data is secure?

Abre complies with FERPA, and we follow industry best practices such as:

  • Secure transit encryption of all data
  • Storage encryption of key data
  • Regular security audits
  • Store data in secure data centers

What if my district isn't ready for Abre, but the leadership team wants to leverage data visualizations, is that possible?

Absolutely! Indeed, we specializing in growing with districts and providing the necessary supports to best fit their needs. Starting with data visualizations is a great way to empower leadership with Abre.

How long has Abre been around?

Abre’s roots are with a large school in southwest Ohio. Our cofounders started the Abre platform in 2014. In 2018 we started as a company and now serve hundreds of districts globally.