People who had easy access to educational resources before the covid-19 pandemic will still have easy access to everything they need to keep their education going now. Things like money, time, and technology. But what about vulnerable populations that were struggling to access the education they needed before everything stayed home and went digital? What are colleges and universities doing to make sure their most vulnerable students don't fall through the cracks, at a time when the cracks are getting bigger?
Calbright President Ajita Menon discusses these issues, along with President Walter Kimbrough of Dillard University, and Miami Dade University Executive Vice-President Lenore Rodicio, on this Entangled Town Hall webinar.