COVID-19 affords a golden opportunity to rethink what matters most in education. The educational journey of the previous decades has come to an end. It is a symbolic time where the COVID-19 supernova is heralding the end of a largely obsolete education. The explosion that has taken place offers the possibility of redesigning a better education for all, where equity, excellence and student well-being will be the foundations on which to build.
Networks are at the front-line of the resilience action in battling against COVID-19. Since the beginning of the pandemic, formal and informal groups connected by social ties have emerged in force. During this period, the chains of favors has multiplied with initiatives of support and help towards the most vulnerable. An entire army of selfless volunteers have mobilised themselves to meet the basic needs of populations at risk. The crisis has led to the emergence of networks of collaboration, neighborhood solidarity and an increase in volunteerism, causing a substantial change in people's behavior (from individuality to collectivity), a splendid example of community engagement and humanity that has proved the power of professional capital.