This episode is the fifth in our series documenting the Fuse Architect Project, a collaboration between the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the Highlander Institute, and several other Rhode Island-based stakeholders endeavoring to design and pilot systems that promote student-centered learning. In this episode, we’re talking with Pegah Rahmanian, the Executive Director of Youth in Action. Pegah and her team have been working with two participant schools of the Fuse Architect program to help ground their work in conversations around equity and social justice. Pegah also notes that through working on this initiative, their own organization has learned and grown in areas as well.
Virtual Viewpoints Podcast: Pegah Rahmanian, Youth in Action
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