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COVID-19: Education Divide
Of all the industries impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, higher education has experienced one of the most foundational disruptions to its traditional model, displacing in-person classes and a vibrant campus life for virtual coursework done at home. This challenge of translating the college experience to an online format has only been compounded by pre-existing social issues exacerbated by the pandemic. Facing financial hardship, many students, especially within communities of color, have deferred enrollment or been unable to utilize the tools that make at-home classes possible, like designated study spaces or adequate technology. These inequities that low-income students and students of color have encountered during the pandemic threaten to have long-term impacts on their education for years to come.

Join Asia Society Southern California for a discussion of the educational divide in the time of COVID, featuring Duke University presidents Vincent Price, Virginia Commonwealth University president Michael Rao and Howard University president Wayne Frederick.

May 26, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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