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Stanford President Marc-Tessier Lavigne: The Future of In-person College Learning | GZERO World

Stanford President Marc-Tessier Lavigne: The future of in-person college learning

"I think that we can make education much more accessible while still highlighting the value of an in-person Stanford education" Stanford University president Marc Tessier Lavigne told Ian Bremmer. It will be the job of administrators, says Tessier-Lavigne, to determine how best to apply the "highs" of remote learning to a post-pandemic learning experience.

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