It’s safe to say that the pandemic has forced all forms of education to undergo serious and dramatic changes, often with very little advanced planning.
Our friends at the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal put forth a terrific idea on how best to capitalize on these disruptions in education: a GED-equivalent for a college degree.
This idea isn’t for every student but it could be a very affordable option for those students who “genuinely desire knowledge but don’t always need other aspects of the traditional college experience.
What they need is the paper to prove they’ve done the hard work without the debt that two-thirds of graduates currently take on.”
You can read the report HERE.