According to Jay Sawyer of Northbrook, a shift to virtual classes that was caused due to the coronavirus could be beneficial if continued even after the pandemic ends. He notes that online education up until now has been relegated to the equivalent of a hobby at most universities. With the pandemic, it has become a backup plan for many. However, if universities strategically embrace this change, online education could expand access exponentially and drop its cost by magnitudes. And this can be done while shoring up revenues for universities in a way that is more policy-proof, recession-proof, and pandemic-proof.

Jay Sawyer of Northbrook says that unfortunately the moving online over just a few days this March didn't go well for both teachers and students. While the former were forced to revamp lesion plans overnight, the latter fled home with many in faraway time zones prolonging jet lag just to continue synchronous learning.

About Jay Sawyer

Jay Sawyer is a long-time philanthropist who is associated with several noble causes. He is an animals' rights activist, environmentalist, and an advocate for world peace too. A lover of nature and wildlife, Jay strives hard to inform and educate the masses about the causes that drive him. He is quite determined about making a long-lasting impact on the society.

As far as his personal life is concerned, Jay is a skilled tennis and pickleball player. He takes great pride in introducing himself as the biggest Chicago bear fan who attended more than 10 games in the year 1972 and every single game in the year 1985.