Pandemic-prompted online classes are problematic. That's no secret. Both students and teachers have had their share of difficulties with them. Some have taken the time to articulate their issues and I'll explore a few of those perspectives in this article. My emphasis will be on higher education, but the attitudes cited can also apply to high school and lower grades, since online classes have been underway since March of this past spring.
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