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Thursday May 28th, 2020 2:15PM

LISTEN: Higher Education after Covid-19

By Mornings on Maine Street

How will the pandemic affect higher education? Education expert David Dillard spent a recent morning on Maine Street with WDUN's Bill Maine to offer some thoughts on what we could expect concerning online learning, tuition and the financial impact on the institutions.

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