Higher education requires a lot more than a virtual classroom, and there isn’t any doubt about it. But, right now, with the pandemic on, every parent or student in the world is suffering from that one big question- how on earth can they learn dissection sitting at home? How can they find a cadaver close by, should they visit the morgue and beg for one? Silly, isn’t it.
With a virtual classroom to go to, students along with the faculties of many organizations have begun questioning the future of education in the coming times. If COVID-19 is the immediate future of this world, then the education system could be considered one of the worst-hit segments.
The only option that popped up seemed bright enough to a few governments initially and so begun the online classes. However, saying that this plan did not succeed in holding the education system together would not be unwise. For it did crumple down. Given that people and governments have now seen the hole they must have mended long back let us look briefly into what challenges have prohibited the online system from being the only best replacement option for in-house schools, colleges and universities.
Challenges hindering successful execution of online education
Few challenges have forced developing and underdeveloped nations from catching up the pace of online education.