New Article: Professors Assess Fall Instruction and the Impact on Students
Posted by Inside Higher Ed on February 2, 2021
College faculty members finished the fall semester feeling more confident in their online teaching and their institutions’ support for them, but they were also exhausted — and deeply concerned about their students, especially those from groups that are historically disadvantaged in higher education.
Those are among the findings of a newly released report, “The Impact of 2020 on Introductory Faculty and Their Students.” The study is the third in a series that Every Learner Everywhere, a network of college and technology groups focused on using digital learning to drive equitable access and success in higher education, and Tyton Partners, an investment, research and consulting firm that is part of the network, have released under the tagline “Time for Class.”
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