Here’s one pro:
3. Pursuing a hybrid education allows students to become more independent and learn important skills that can give them a head-start when they enter the workforce. Hybrid classes still require students to physically come to class on a somewhat regular basis, but much of the coursework – from tests to discussions to tutorials – is done online. The nature of this hybrid learning environment helps students gain time management, problem solving and additional computer skills that can be key when it comes to graduating from college and entering the world.
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