As college students head back to class, some say benefits of online learning should not be forgotten
In March 2020, college students across the country were forced to transition to remote learning because of the coronavirus pandemic. As the pandemic persisted, millions of students continued learning remotely during the 2020-2021 school year.
Throughout this transition, surveys suggested strong negative feelings about learning online among students.
According to a July 2020 survey of 13,606 college students in the United States by study guide platform OneClass, more than 93% of U.S. students believed that if classes are fully held online, tuition should be lowered. Plus, 75% of those surveyed said they are unhappy with...