The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare systemic inequities, bringing new questions and opportunities for the future of learning. At this moment, we have an opportunity to examine the education workforce and teachers’ collective capacity to deliver deeper, more personalized learning for all students.

In a conversation moderated by Brent Maddin, Executive Director of the Next Education Workforce at Arizona State University, Mahnaz Charania shares insights into the role of social capital and personal connections in the lives of students, and ways in which educators can expand and diversify students’ networks to support their social and academic success.


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