We reached out to college staff members, professors, and administrators with a straightforward question: How has the coronavirus changed higher education?
The coronavirus crisis upended much of modern life, and higher education was not spared. Campuses closed, courses moved online, and commencements were canceled. And the future is still clouded in uncertainty for many institutions.
The pandemic might also permanently change the character of higher learning in America — its culture, its role in society and in the economy, and the business models that sustain it.
Date: April 2020
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