Survey: Why Students’ Parents Are Concerned About the Quality of Online Instruction

by Gates Bryant A Tyton Partners survey of parents of current and would be college students reveals a deep concern about current distance learning measures, pointing to a potentially meaningful risk to tuition revenue in the 2020-2021 school year if students are not welcomed back onto campus. The survey indicates broad misgivings about the quality of the average remote learning experience and a clear frustration with the gap between the on-campus experience for which they and their students are paying– particularly at private, four-year colleges – and their students’ present reality. Parents have a poor opinion of the systems currently […]
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