S2 Ep 1: Xello CEO Jeff Harris Can't Make This Up

Jeff Harris is the president and co-founder of Xello. Upon graduating with a degree in economics, Jeff realized that he hadn't given serious consideration to his future beyond university. Looking around, he found his fellow graduates in a similar predicament. This experience sparked research and exploration that led to collaboration on a vision for what would become Xello. As president and co-founder of Xello, Jeff has spent over 25 years dedicated to helping educators make their students future-ready. Click here to learn more Visit: @xellofuture to follow them on Twitter. What makes Xello stand apart is that while they are about "college and career readiness," they're really more focused on "future readiness." Some districts begin using the program as early as elementary school. Unlike many college readiness platforms, Xello tries to help ALL students, regardless of whether or not they are on the 4-year college track. Perhaps their future might be better served by exploring a trade program, associate's degree or military — the point is about engaging a student in envisioning their future, and equipping them with the tools to successfully get there. The founders started Xello because they graduated from college with no idea what to do next. So they're trying to help all students envision and plan in advance to ensure their best futures. — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cantmake/support
  1. S2 Ep 1: Xello CEO Jeff Harris
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  3. E37: Doug Roberts Shares his Impact on Education and The Power of Karaoke
  4. E36: Wardrobe Malfunction with Dr. Chris Jones
  5. E35 Lisa Toebben shows she will anything for students
  6. E34: Matthew J Bowerman shares a truly "stinky" situation
  7. E33 – A situation you don't wnt to be in as a new teacher wit Casey Jakubowski
  8. E32: Adam Bold Survives his conversations with students
  9. E31: Dominic Armano Getting taken to school by 3rd grader
  10. E30: Becky Lin Breaks some bad news to a 3rd grader

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