Colleges’ Pivot to Remote Education Has Some Upsides, Too
Goldie Blumenstyk, The Chronicle of Higher Education
The pandemic cost colleges billions to shift to remote education in the spring, and together they’ll spend (or lose) billions more this fall as that shift continues. The adverse impact on students, especially those who are low-income and the first in their families to attend college, is incalculable.
Still, one thing has become obvious: As colleges begin adapting to this new paradigm, some of their changes may clearly be for the better.