New Survey: Online Education’s Reputation Improves

Almost half of adults in the U.S., 47%, think online education is of roughly the same quality as in-person instruction, increasing sharply from about a third who said the same last year, according to survey data released Tuesday by left-leaning think tank New America.But four out of five respondents said online education should cost less than in-person instruction, the survey found. More generally, people are almost evenly divided over whether students can get affordable, high-quality education after high school.The belief that higher education is benefiting the U.S. is declining. In 2020, 69% of respondents to the New America survey said colleges […]
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