Higher education is moving rapidly towards virtual learning. One customer, a college with more than 20k full time students, is delivering more than 50% of class time virtually.
At earlier grade levels, online tools can help teachers reduce lesson prep and grading time for in-person classes.
Virtual learning is becoming an important tool for home schooling families, allowing remote teachers to deliver expertise directly into the home.
What is sorely missing in remote education is social development. That can’t be replaced by on-screen experiences, although Convoz is a positive step in that direction,
Many parents think of public schools as their baby-sitter, looking after their kids while they earn a living. I don’t see how this function can ever be replaced.