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As the pandemic wanes, where's the market for massive online learning?
Some platforms have laid off employees, citing the need for sustainable growth.
K-12 public schools still count on kids to show up for funding
With so many schools online, screen fatigue, parents opting out and other coronavirus-driven variables, how will districts get the funds they need?
College enrollment overall has dipped, but it's down significantly at community colleges
That could be because many community college students need jobs to pay tuition.
Want to start a "learning pod" at home? Check insurance and zoning laws
Homeowners policies may not cover the educational groups, and local law may prohibit them.
Which colleges say they'll reopen in the fall? And which ones are keeping classes online?
Location is a big factor. And closing down this semester cost universities billions.
Now you can take celebrity online courses
Kevin Spacey will teach you how to act.
Flight school: JetBlue to offer educational videos
By the end of the year, the airline plans to provide you with an eggheaded excuse to avoid talking to the passenger next to you.
The student-debt burden: online vs traditional schools
Students who graduate from purely online programs may leave with more debt