Abl is an education software and services company that is passionate about equity. Abl takes an operations-first approach, understanding access to courses, student equity, and teacher equity through the lens of the master schedule. We work with district leaders to not only evaluate equitable opportunities, but use the results to take action through the school schedule to create systemic change.
District leaders need access to district-wide insights about equity in order to understand if their priorities are being met.
Abl’s District Scheduling Audit surfaces and visualizes district-wide scheduling, demographic, and academic programming data to help district leaders make strategic decisions about equity & access for students and staff.
Master scheduling is a complicated task that has a huge impact on each student’s experience.
Abl’s Master Scheduler is smart software that not only digitizes scheduling, but allows leaders to implement district-wide solutions that tackle scheduling challenges and allow teams to build strategic master schedules aligned to district priorities.
Turn COVID-19 Obstacles into Long-Term Opportunities: Make Schools Work for All
Abl provides district and school leaders with evaluative tools combined with expert professional services to maximize opportunities for teaching and learning to leverage fluctuating resources following COVID-19 guidelines.
“The Abl team brought institutional knowledge of national best practices in scheduling to our strategic planning efforts, which was a serious value add. Because they know how other districts across the country are scheduling, the realm of possibilities was much broader than if we just considered what was happening in other parts of Iowa. Their expertise expanded our tool box as we considered how to provide the best, and most equitable, education for all students in our district.”
“Partnering with Abl allowed [our] administrators to do away with spreadsheets and stacks of paper — and more easily create academic pathways aligned with our core values of equity and opportunity.”
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