>> The state of higher education: One year into the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 1 July 2021 The higher education experience was markedly different than usual for those enrolling during the pandemic. Higher education institutions of all kinds found their instructional methods profoundly disrupted by the closure of their physical campuses, and the crisis exposed the urgent need for policy makers and institutional leaders to adjust their established educational and policy models. The OECD has collected comparative statistics across a number of education systems to track developments throughout the pandemic, including the impact on the higher education sector. This report presents the results of this data collection and what it means for the future of higher education.

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