Online Learning Meets Widespread Backlash

Students from at least one hundred colleges and universities have sued their institutions to reclaim their tuition and fees. Others are considering whether they’ll return to campus in the fall. Parents of young children can’t understand why placing their kids in front of a video chat accomplishes anything. High school students are putting their future on hold. For many, there’s a single culprit to blame: online learning.

The novel coronavirus spread around the world in the early weeks of 2020, and schools began to lock down. Classes en masse moved online to maintain instructional continuity.

And many online learning stakeholders waited with anticipation to see how it would all play out.

The Online Learning Experiment

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