COVID-19’s Long-Term Impacts on Education in 2020 and Beyond

This moment could also herald a shift in how high school juniors and seniors view online learning options. As Richard Arum, dean of the School of Education at the University of California, Irvine, and Mitchell Stevens, an associate professor of education at Stanford, observed in the The New York Times, with students learning remotely but still paying full tuition, some families may question the traditional residential education as being the “sine qua non of academic excellence.”