It’s Time To Take Time Out Of Learning And Reinvent Higher Education
Everything takes more time if you are poor. The essentials of daily life, getting groceries and doing the laundry and getting to and from work, take planning and time that most of us scarcely consider when the groceries are being delivered, the washer is down the hall, and getting to work means jumping in our car. For students of modest financial means, time and the way we rigidly structure it in colleges and universities, makes success more difficult. This is especially true of the millions of non-traditional age students juggling work, family, and study with a razor thin surplus of money and time.
Originally published: May 3, 2020
Author: Paul LeBlanc
Institution: Southern New Hampshire University
Published by: Forbes