The Interest in Hybrid Education Has Doubled
During the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, our team was hard at work, taking a closer look at how schools, educators, and students engaged in a new hybrid education model. In late August, we shared the results in an e-book entitled
In A World
Changed By A Pandemic, What Is The Future of Education?
Like the rest of the world, we saw the immediate effects of things like Zoom classes, online learning, and remote education play out in real-time. In the months following the release of our e-book, which was based on the first phase of research, we conducted another series of surveys that polled over 1700 people throughout the country within the 18-30 age group.
The goal was to determine just how popular this new hybrid education model was amongst our sample and to identify correlations between these individuals who may have been affected by the pandemic. In the second stage of our research, we focused more on how COVID-19 impacted the acceptance of hybrid education as a model.