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One in Four College Students May Delay Their Graduation Due to COVID-19; Majority Cite Emotional Well-Being as Greatest Challenge This Fall

Strada Education Network’s latest Public Viewpoint survey finds that nearly two million students (13 percent) at four-year institutions expect they will have to push back their graduation due to the pandemic. Another 15 percent are unsure whether they will need to delay, indicating that as many as one in four may delay graduation. Almost three in ten (29 percent) of students reported that online instruction has made their ability to learn “much worse.”

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Pandemic puts education plans in flux as Americans prefer nontraditional sources of continuing education

After weeks of uncertainty, precaution, stay-at-home orders, and economic turbulence, Americans are beginning to plan for the next stage of their lives. For many, that means making decisions about whether to pursue education and training. In the eighth week of Strada’s Public Viewpoint survey centered around Americans’ attitudes during the pandemic, we gathered insights about Americans’ plans for their education and training, which groups are most likely to enroll, and who Americans are consulting for advice on their education plans.

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Back to School?

The number of job openings in the United States now surpasses the number of people available and qualified to fill them. Through the Strada-Gallup Education Consumer Survey, we talk to Americans about their desire for more education and skills training and explore what motivates them to return to school.

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Some College and No Degree

More than 31 million students over the last 20 years have enrolled in college but left without receiving a degree or certificate.  Many states have made a priority of drawing …

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