Americans are Reconsidering Investing in Education due to COVID-19, Edward Jones Finds

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As Americans head back to school, virtual learning or a hybrid approach, 36 percent of adults are reconsidering their investments in higher education amid COVID-19, according to a recent study by financial-services firm Edward Jones, conducted by Morning Consult. Eighty percent of those currently saving for an in-person, four-year college or university cited concerns that the quality of education may suffer if universities move to online learning, including access to tools and resources necessary for education (47%), lack of community aspect at school, such as sports teams, clubs and on-campus housing (35%) and required in-person lab time (31%).” data-reactid=”13″ST. LOUIS, Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — 

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