Designing breakthrough experiences that drive academic excellence
At X4 you had a front row seat for exploring the programs, practices, and technologies helping K-12 schools and higher ed institutions increase student enrollment, empower & engage staff, and create more equitable experiences in education.
You chose from 80+ customer-led breakout sessions
You learned how to dismantle inequities
Girls’ education activist Malala Yousafzai kicked off International Women’s Day by inspiring every X4 attendee to understand and appreciate the transformative impact of education on global equity. In her own words, “If you ever doubt the impact of education, go ask a girl.”
You were immersed in 80+ hours of XM
From Kevin Warren, Chief Marketing Officer of UPS, who spoke about how changing their brand to be more authentic and diverse isn’t extracurricular, but good business, to girls’ education activist Malala Yousafzai, who kicked off International Women’s Day by highlighting how she uses technology to create opportunities for women around the world— each and every minute was filled with the stories behind the biggest breakthroughs.
Here’s what was top of mind for your peers
Conversations revolved around the following questions from your peers:
- How do I design experiences that increase student enrollment?
- How do I measure what matters most to teachers, faculty, and staff to retain and attract top talent?
- How can I measure the student journey and drive action in more of the moments that matter?
Our top rated education sessions
- Keynote: Transforming Education with XM
Featuring: Utah Valley University, Butler University, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
- Humanizing the Student Experience
Featuring: Johns Hopkins University
- Navigating DEI in Education
Featuring: Indiana University, Strada Impact, Latinos in Action
Keep an eye on your inbox for session recaps, so you can revisit a limited release of the breakout sessions.
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Thanks for innovating with us at X4
The doors of The Salt Palace may have closed, but X4 lives on in the connections you made, and the lessons you learned and take back to apply to your programs.