“In Depth” With Laurence Fishburne Examines How Distance Learning Could Be the Future of American College

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The program will discuss the current trends of distance learning with experts.

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“In Depth” will provide further insight with many educators regarding the future of American college.

Since the 1970s, the “Boyz N The Hood” star Laurence Fishburne, has been gracing television and film with his award-winning performances. Now the “Blackish” actor is bestowing his talents as host to the informational show “In Depth”. The TV program interviews varying industry professionals about numerous topics that impact viewers around the world. An upcoming episode will explore the possibility of online learning being the new standard for American colleges.

The current COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up daily life for numerous individuals worldwide. People are navigating working from home, many social experiences are shifting from in-person interactions to virtual hangouts, and education is getting reevaluated completely.

All across America, schools went from in-class sessions to online learning experiences in an attempt to flatten the COVID-19 curve. Colleges followed suit but may consider pursuing virtual classes permanently in place of physical classrooms.

Not only does remote teaching help prevent the spread of COVID-19, but it can also cut future costs that previously would have contributed to physical classrooms and dormitories, making a college education less expensive. However, many understand that a significant shift could negatively affect many of the components that make secondary education effective, such as hands-on training, and the development of soft skills. “In Depth” will provide further insight with many educators regarding the future of American college.

“In Depth” with Laurence Fishburne is carefully reviewed before public broadcast. The educational show has accepted numerous Tellys.

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