With the start of a new school year upon us in high schools and college, there’s little doubt that every student will have online classes. Parents and students complained, often publicly, about online classes in colleges. They asked: “Why should we pay the same tuition as we would if these classes were taught on campus?” But parents and students should consider this: most colleges were able to put their entire class schedule online within two to three weeks. That was not possible when most parents were in college. It was probably not possible ten years ago at most schools.
As my friend B.J. aka ‘Beej’ Kennedy points out, online classes were already off to a strong head start. The owner of Premiere Training in Central, New Jersey, B.J. has designed and taught online and in-person training courses to young adults and working adults for over 25 years. Since online classes will become a more important part of a college education for years to come, I asked B.J. to offer her thoughts to help parents and students ask the right questions about online classes.
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