Founder Dan Lejerskar shares his thoughts on the future of colleges and how it could lead to greater educational equity.
« COVID-19 may just be that event that leads us to the democratisation of knowledge. There are existing pockets of education innovation, taking MIT for example, to suggest that well designed online classrooms can offer the same learning benefits as an in person one. »
The coronavirus forced a shift to virtual classes, but their continuation could be beneficial even after the pandemic ends. By Mr. Taparia is a clinical associate professor at the New York University Stern School of Business. Forty years ago, going to college in America was a reliable pathway for upward mobility.
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