Online students’ views of remote education are at an all-time high post-pandemic. According to a report published this month, 94 percent of students hold positive views of online learning – up eight percent from the 2019 survey.
The Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) is launching a new program that will help bring free online learning to thousands of people across the state and help them develop new tech skills and improve their career readiness. The program, titled “Tech Ready Louisiana,” is the result of a partnership between LWC and Coursera, a large online learning platform.
While the COVID-19 pandemic caused millions of students to have their education disrupted during the 2020-2021 school year, teachers have since reported finding limited strategies that could be helpful in mitigating learning loss, the Federal government’s top watchdog agency said in a new report.
A recent nationwide survey of higher education students found that a plurality of students prefer online asynchronous classes over other learning options, helping illuminate the changes the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to learning.
A new study from artificial intelligence (AI) solutions provider Juji found that student engagement is the top challenge in managing online programs.
The COVID-19 pandemic allowed higher education staff members to accelerate the use of online learning and helped campus communities to see the value of technology applications in higher education, according to a new report.
To help K-12 teachers navigate teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, Penn State University (PSU) turned to its Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Teaching and Learning Online in K–12 Settings.
According to an annual report, colleges and universities have seen an increase in dollars raised online in the year 2020, despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing economic uncertainty.
New research from London-based Pearson finds that three-quarters of respondents to its Global Learner Survey believe that the coronavirus pandemic has “fundamentally changed” education toward more technology-centric delivery modes, with two-thirds of those surveyed saying that educational institutions need to improve their technology services to keep up with the trend.
Full-time virtual charter school students show weaker academic growth compared to students of traditional public schools. A new report calls for policy reform for full-time virtual charter schools to hold these schools accountable, and produce better results for their students. The report was released by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, the 50-State Campaign […]