Education, Skills and Learning

Most teachers think remote learning is a poor substitute for the classroom, survey shows

Teachers agree that remote learning doesn't substitute being in the classroom. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Li-Kai Chen

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company, Kuala Lumpur

Emma Dorn

Senior Expert, McKinsey & Company, Silicone Valley

Jimmy Sarakatsannis

Partner, McKinsey & Company

Anna Wiesinger

Partner, McKinsey & Company, Düsseldorf Office

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