A single teacher can reach thousands of students in an online course, opening up a world of knowledge to anyone with an internet connection. This limitless reach also offers substantial benefits for school districts that need to save money, by reducing the number of teachers.
"Online Courses Are Harming the Students Who Need the Most Help" is from the January 20, 2018 Business section of The New York Times. It was written by Susan Dynarski and narrated by Kristi Burns.
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Online Classes = Sleep Classes
The digital advantage of an online class is becoming a digital educational stigma for many unfortunate students that lack the motivation to learn and make a difference. I agree with the author. As an international student in the USA for ten years, I have witnessed stories of agony associated with students taking online classes, a waste of time and resources. Online classes need to be redefined smartly using smart features to ensure students getting the best of life digitally and beyond.