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February 24, 2021
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RICHMOND —The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) today released a new analysis on historic trends in distance learning.
When most Virginia colleges and universities transitioned to remote learning, either fully or via a hybrid model of instruction, for the fall 2020 semester because of the COVID-19, SCHEV sought to analyze distance learning trends prior to the pandemic
using SCHEV’s “Distance Education Trends at Virginia Institutions” report. These data provided a baseline of
“face-to-face” (F2F) learning trends from 1995-2019.
“It will be interesting to revisit these data a year and even five years from now,” said Elizabeth Spach, a Virginia Management Fellow interning at SCHEV and the Insights author, “when the long-term effects of COVID on distance learning
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