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Families are fighting back against the costs of remote college learning. 

Aug 18 2020

Families are fighting back against the costs of remote college learning. As some college campuses opt for remote learning through the fall, they’re also refusing to lower tuition costs. As a result, parents and students are fighting back by demanding refunds, increased aid, and leaves of absences. Some incoming freshmen are even deferring admission to their schools. YPulse’s Gen Z Education Interrupted report found that 86% of college students think tuition should be lowered if students are going to classes from home, while 24% say the pandemic has changed their plans on how they will pay for college. With academia already struggling, universities are divided in their response: some are offering discounts, while most are resisting and arguing that remote learning and other on campus safety measures are more expensive. (NYTimes)