Who you know matters. Depending on their socio-economic and geographic backgrounds, and availability of school resources, students possess vastly different webs of relationships that they can tap into for mentorship, coaching, tutoring, and future career help. If diverging income levels remain the starkest drivers of unequal childhoods, then relationships are arguably becoming the best-hidden asset in the modern opportunity equation. Learn more about how schools and educators can invest in the power of relationships to increase social mobility for students in the pieces below, as well as in the recently released book, Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students’ Networks. And be sure to check out the Who You Know Market Map, a no-login-required website cataloging edtech tools that connect students to new relationships otherwise out of reach.