Online high schools were a growing trend even before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, and some online schools were beginning to have a global reach. Now that the whole world has been forced to experiment more with online delivery, where does that leave the international market for online education at the K-12 level? And what has it done for the global market for online undergraduate education?
Those were the key questions at a panel discussion that EdSurge editor Jeff Young moderated earlier this month at the ASU GSV Summit in San Diego. For this week’s EdSurge Podcast, we’re bringing you highlights of that discussion, which was actually held in person in front of an audience of folks wearing masks, and also streamed online to those who couldn’t be there in person.
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