Opinion: UCLA should consider socioeconomic benefits of hybrid learning going forward


Payton Kammerer, Daily Bruin

The pandemic has been a nightmare, but that doesn’t mean UCLA should leave behind the innovations it came with.  Offering online instruction has benefits outside of stemming the tide of COVID-19. Rather than seeing the structures of remote teaching as a vestige of an unpleasant time, administrators must instead imagine it as a tool that will remain useful. UCLA shouldn’t return to the old way of doing things, but use this moment as an opportunity to usher in a better normal that utilizes online learning to the benefit of students and faculty. Now is the ideal time to implement a permanent program of hybrid learning.


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