The Essentiality of Public-Private Partnerships
It is said that crises don’t change things so much as accelerate what was already underway. That is certainly true for the pandemic’s impact on higher education and online learning. Before the pandemic, one-third of all undergraduates were already enrolled in online classes, and the number of college students taking online classes had grown for 14 straight years. Based on what colleges and universities around the country have already announced about fall reopenings, digital instruction is about to grow significantly.
Originally published: July 9, 2020
Author: Ashish Vaidya
Institution: Northern Kentucky University
Published by: Inside Higher Ed