A year of online learning has opened doors for many and exacerbated issues of inequity in higher education for others. But what have we learned about how students learn online and how institutions can adapt? Who has suffered or benefitted the most during this transition? Can quality education be equitably provided to all students—and what should it cost? And how can we make this transition as transparent as possible?
To dig into these questions and more, join Third Way’s Michelle Dimino for an on-the-record conversation with Taela Dudley, Senior Policy Associate at The Century Foundation; Jillian Klein, Senior Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs at Strategic Education; Dr. Justin Ortagus, Assistant Professor of Higher Education Administration and Policy at the University of Florida; and Dr. Shanna Smith Jaggars, Assistant Vice Provost of Research and Program Assessment in the Office of Student Academic Success at The Ohio State University.