E-learning Companies Are Seizing The Moment

Ed-tech companies may be looking for a silver lining in the coronavirus economy, but long term it’s widespread adoption that they’re seeking. However, in conversations with nearly a dozen teachers and education experts, Fortune found widespread uncertainty about the consequences of a rushed transition to online learning. A fundamental issue cited by a significant amount of research is whether delivering an education entirely online can ever be as effective as classroom instruction.

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