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McKinseys education practice manager reveals the 4 biggest changes you can expect to see from US colleges in 2021 and beyond

Por: Business Insider Business December 16, 2020

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The $1.5 trillion student debt crisis , and the coronavirus pandemic has made it even worse.About 10 million borrowers could be out of work because of the recession caused by COVID-19, and this will impact their ability to make student loan debt payments on time,  This, coupled with the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, has put colleges in a difficult position. Campuses have been and layoffs because so much of their budgets are dependent on... + full article



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