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Yale president emeritus on digital learning, coronavirus impact on education

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A New York City student listens to daily lesson plan videos from her teacher as schools move to online learning amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

Adam Jeffery | CNBC

The pandemic has had a “massive impact” on students — and there’s a widening gap between those who can tap on online learning and those who can’t, says Yale University’s president emeritus.

“It’s a massive impact … about 1.6 billion students were displaced from their schools, all the way from kindergarten to university. And so the impact’s been huge,” Richard Levin told CNBC as one of the attendees of the Singapore Summit, which is being held virtually this year.

“There’s been quite a bit of resiliency — students are…



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