Skodel Raising Funds and Student Voice

Skodel, the Australian company pioneering student wellbeing check-ins, has raised $1.8 million to help fund its mission to give every student a voice that is heard and acted on. The company was co-founded by identical twins Ian and Julian Fagan, and friend, Huon Peard, and was inspired by the Founders’ direct and indirect experiences with wellbeing during their teenage years. Skodel’s Wellbeing Check-In tool supports a short, engaging and familiar user experience, asking a series of simple questions so students can express how they feel on a weekly basis and in a confidential manner. The real time data readily identifies […]

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