Imagine being told that you must pay top dollar for something. You agree, but when it’s provided, it’s not in person, but online. You’ll still have to be in person, but everything that was supposed to be about the people, the in-person experience, is now on computer, and limited. Now Covid-19 has changed our world, but I think Harvard has this idea wrong. Time will tell, however.

Harvard University announced Monday that it will implement online learning for all students and courses during the 2020-21 academic year, while still charging full tuition of nearly $50,000.

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