Analysis: Virtual mentoring was invaluable during the pandemic. Keeping it going can close the gap for the 1 in 3 students who need a mentor’s help
Early on, it seemed mentoring could be another casualty of the pandemic, the developmental relationships so many young people depended on for guidance and stability dissipating right when they were needed most. The COVID-19 crisis not only had the potential to disrupt learning, it threatened the ability to develop, maintain and grow networks of support...
By Kate Schrauth and David Shapiro | November 23, 2021