High school grads opt out of higher ed amid coronavirus pandemic
from Fox Business
While college students across the country struggle to get educated amid the pandemic, Claire Raposo of Massachusetts took a different path. Accepted to Bryn Mawr College for fall 2019, she decided instead to go culinary school and pursue her passion — pastry. "I think it's very impractical what college costs," said Raposo, who intends to go to college someday. "I didn't want to just go to college and see what would happen." Across the country, most college campuses are shuttered due to coronavirus, offering remote learning instead. And universities are rarely doling out tuition discounts because classrooms are closed and the true college experience is on hold.
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