EAB’s latest take on the coronavirus crisis and what it means for higher education

EAB’s latest take on the coronavirus crisis and what it means for higher education

EAB's Latest Take

A lot of the focus, and rightly so, has been on how career services and institutions can support the current graduating class find employment. However, it is important to also consider the far-reaching impact the pandemic will have on students who will be graduating in the next year or two. Not only will these students graduate into a challenging economy, but will do so after losing experiential learning opportunities that are critical for building a network and landing that coveted post-graduation job.

Here you’ll find resources to support remote instruction across different types and sizes of courses, guidelines for maintaining equity and accessibility, and strategic frameworks to guide the next phases of online course development for summer and fall.

Nearly 12 million K-12 students live in households without reliable access to broadband and/or a 1:1 device. The problem has grown increasingly concerning now that schools are relying almost entirely on the internet to deliver remote instruction. Here are several temporary suggestions from school leaders who are finding ways to bridge technology gaps and deliver remote instruction.

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