How Colleges Can Implement a Student-Centric Education Amidst COVID-19

In the United States, the recent pandemic has impacted more than 14 million students and caused the shutdown of colleges and universities across the nation. This dramatic shift has forced higher education institutions to rethink operational plans for the upcoming academic calendar and provide necessary support systems for students that put ideals to work in new ways. As we navigate through this period of radical uncertainty, now is the time to take bold action and offer learners a new student-centric education amidst COVID-19 that adapts to today’s evolving world.

Creating a Student-Centric Education Amidst COVID-19 – Establish a Flexible and Hybrid Course Structure

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