A new study released this morning from Gallup and Lumina Foundation provides a robust set of grades from associate and bachelor degree students about the quality of their education during Covid-19. These grades both shatter prevailing wisdom and author an intriguing new narrative that will be instructive to students, parents, faculty and administrators alike. If you think colleges improved their online learning from the spring to fall or that for-profit universities receive the lowest quality grades, well – you’re in for a surprise. And being online in and of itself isn’t the problem; it’s whether students had to switch to the modality that matters in terms of satisfaction.
News: Student Ratings On Quality Of Education During Covid Are Telling
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