Education in 2021: Predictions and Guidance from Dr. Rhianna Rogers

2021 is here—but the challenges associated with the past year and Covid-19 remain. Vaccine production and distribution continue in the U.S. and much of the world, but unexpected delays have cropped up. President-elect Joe Biden has promised to deliver 100 million doses in the first 100 days of his presidency. But learning will continue in remote or hybrid formats for large populations of the world throughout much of the year. After the vaccine has been deployed sufficiently to create herd immunity, education in 2021 will still be drastically altered from pre-Covid-19 times.

Dr. Rhianna Rogers (pictured right), among many other roles and titles, is an associate professor of interdisciplinary studies in history and anthropology and the director of the Global Indigenous Knowledge program at SUNY Empire State College. Dr. Rogers has also conducted remote college residency programs since 2018, is a prominent member and practitioner of the open source community, and a highly experienced online educator.

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