Indianapolis, Aug. 26, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — August 26, 2020 — Strada Education Network, a social impact organization dedicated to forging pathways between education and employment, has released a new analysis of its biweekly, nationally representative survey tracking the impact of the global pandemic on Americans’ lives, work, and education. Throughout the pandemic Americans have consistently said they would prefer nondegree programs and skills training if they were to pursue education in the next six months. They’ve also indicated a strong interest in online education over in-person. This week’s analysis digs into the underlying motivations for these preferences. Overall, Americans (38 percent) are most likely to say that the relevance of a program to their work and life is the most important factor in preferring a

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