Paul L. Caron

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

100% Of Higher Education Has Shifted Online Due To The Coronavirus

PhilOnEdTech, US Higher Ed Set to Go Fully Online in Just Four Weeks Due to COVID-19:

At this point it is clear that traditional face-to-face (f2f) instruction for higher education in the US has ended for the rest of the spring academic term. It appears that almost all institutions will be fully online by the week of April 6th, 1 which is just four weeks after the first announcements of emergency closures and moves online announced March 6th


(Hat Tip: Jason Jarvis)

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Why not work our way down the grade levels as well...think of the emissions savings if we scrapped all the school buses....No more never ending maintenance of obsolete school more extravagant expenditures on new "teacher palaces."

What about the socialization skills? purpose the hundreds of thousands of hours kids ride in buses to some organized physical interactivity.

Posted by: eltee | Mar 26, 2020 6:02:54 AM

Any data re how much actual "education" is taking place?

Posted by: Larry Weber | Mar 26, 2020 5:34:43 AM