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July 16, 2020


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This debate seems to me to implicate a bigger issue: is distance education the same thing as in person education?

WEre I a student, paying full tuition for in person instruction, I would object to paying full tuition for an online course.

The market bears out this common sense. While perhaps we can't disparage online courses offered by reputable universities as the equivalent of those offered by low prestige operators who grant "mail order" degrees, the fact is that Yale, for example, offers classes on television for free.

Same professor, real class. Free.

Ediberto Roman

Good points. Thanks.

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