ASU+GSV: Deborah Quazzo on access and the right to education

WorkingNation interviews leaders in public, private, and nonprofit spheres attending the ASU+GSV Virtual Summit as part of our #WorkingNationOverheard campaign

If education is going to be accessible to all, government, private companies, and educators will need to work together to provide the needed support.

WorkingNation interviewed Deborah Quazzo, the co-founder of the ASU+GSV Summit and a managing partner at GSV Ventures, for #WorkingNationOverheard as a media partner with ASU+GSV’s Virtual Summit 2020, held September 29 through October 1+October 8. You can watch all of the interviews on our YouTube channel.

“The frustrating stories from teachers in our public school systems who’ve been unable to maintain full contact with their classes as they moved online, just because of the lack of full access to devices, and to broadband, WiFi on the part of everyone, and that’s created all kinds of difficulty for teachers trying to deliver coherent learning,” says Quazzo. “I think it’s something that we all have to put a shoulder to.”

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