It will not be clear for a good time, if and how much, the great, unplanned experiment of last year, remote learning has permanently altered the landscape to use technology to provide university instruction. However, a first step, however, is getting good data on how the patterns move during the last year, and that is starting to arrive.

New data from the National Education Statistics Center of the Department of Education and Additional Information of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-Sara), it offers an initial image of how the pandemic From Covid-19 remodeled the patterns of postsecondary inscriptions in past autumn.

they show, I probably did not surprise anyone, that many more students received everything or part of their autumn education from 2020 through what the Federal Agency calls "distance education courses". While universities and universities enrolled 650,000 students less in autumn fall 2019, what they did in the fall of 2019 (as on Wednesday more detailed ED higher), approximately two thirds of the remaining students were educated in their Totality (44.7 percent) or partially (28 percent) virtually. Approximately one quarter, 27 percent, did not register in any remote education courses.

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