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Built by former teachers, NASA engineers and those passionate about education, the Austin-based team is obsessed with helping people with life’s certification challenges. After launching its first mobile app to provide accredited driver’s ed courses, Aceable is now expanding into other verticals for certification, including, most recently, real estate continuing education. To date, Aceable touts more than 400,000 users and counting, as it continues to expand nationwide.

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