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Ep 82: Promoting education equity through education technology with Christopher King of We Are Marcus

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Ryan Kairalla

Ep 82: Promoting education equity through education technology with Christopher King of We Are Marcus

This week, Ryan sits with Christopher King, an educator, consultant, and activist entrepreneur. Christopher is the founder of We Are Marcus, an education technology venture that builds online character development through digital learning. In this interview, Christopher talks about the We Are Marcus platform and his career in education as an instructor in an urban charter school. Christopher also talks about the impacts that education technology has on education equity and provides guidance for charter schools transitioning into the virtual space. You can find out more about his work by visiting www.wearemarcus.com and king-talks.com Host: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair) Producer: Ross Ulysse

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