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XM for Continuous School Improvement

The path to success looks different for every school. With the right approach and tools, you can build a culture of improvement that will enable your organization to transform the student, family, community, and employee experience.

Join Samantha Murray, XM Scientist, as she shares strategies to drive continuous improvement in your schools and across your organization. Learn how experience management can help break down silos, empower decision makers, and dramatically increase the success of new and existing programs and initiatives.

What you'll learn from this webinar:
  • What Experience Management (XM) means in K-12 education
  • How to assess your organization’s XM maturity
  • How schools have successfully implemented XM

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Samantha Murray M.S.ED.

XM Scientist

Samantha Murray is an XM Scientist at Qualtrics. She has more than 15 years of experience in K12 as an educator, charter school board member, district administrator, research specialist, and policy analyst with expertise in qualitative research, continuous improvement, program evaluation, and organizational transformation. In addition to working directly with K12 clients, Samantha is sought after as a speaker on experience management and continuous improvement in education. Samantha earned her master's degree in Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education and certificates from the Education Policy Fellowship Program sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership and the Harvard Strategic Data Project Summer Institute for Leadership in Analytics.

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