Undoubtedly, we’re witnessing one of the most dynamic periods in educational history. Blackboards and whiteboards have given way to interactive touchscreens, libraries are increasingly digital, and lectures can be attended from the cozy confines of our homes.
The education industry is constantly changing. With the constant development of new information and communication technologies over the last two decades, the acceleration rate has become even more intense.
It would be rare to find someone who feels unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic. It uprooted our lives and made us adapt to significant life changes. Many people got through this tumultuous time, but lasting effects are rippling through our communities.
The education industry was one of the most severely impacted by the pandemic. Millions of students worldwide were hit by the pandemic and schools continue to be closed even after a year. But will the pandemic change education as we know it? Let’s see what factors could be at play.
Many parents prefer to send their kids abroad to get their university education. According to an HSBC report, Canada is the fourth country that parents are most likely to consider for their child’s university education abroad