CBC News looks at how the pandemic has affected students and the transition to higher levels of education.
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Pandemic or not, I don’t see why teachers in terms of the education system have people take more hybrid courses in the first place. It’s not the 90’s or early 2000’s!
I have been taking hybrid courses for 7 years now so I wasn’t really affected when the pandemic hit.
the kids will be back at school in September but COVID won’t
I wonder what percentage of children failed the exams this year and should redo academic year again ?
Is university is supposed to be the best years in your life? Idk, I guess maybe if you go live on residence maybe. Otherwise, I don't think so.
This is the kind of world 🌎 we've made for ourselves and our children, better have no enemies when the light goes out , due to the economic criss, wars and rate of unemployment I think now is the best time to invest and make more money for the future.
another begins and so on
Finally, Ryerson university will be renamed,
Dundas street also.
Started uni online and finished it online as well so it doesn’t really matter anymore Covid will still be here next year and possibly another wave so another school shutdown next year
Shoot seeing how easy school is now I would be glad to get my credits this way.
Followed by teacher's strike in August.
Thankfully I'm too old and unwilling to go back to school. You should be looking for friends / coworkers.
I was lowkey expecting for continue online classes to save transportation cost and time.
Imagine how high their grades would have been if they didn't have restricted levels of oxygen and toxic levels of carbon dioxide all year long.