As COVID settled over college campuses, most schools moved students’ education entirely online. It was a necessary move, designed to prevent the spread of the virus. But American college tuition now costs tens – if not hundreds – of thousands of dollars. And coronavirus has, for the first time, moved students and their parents into the driver’s seat. Some have decided to sue the very schools they’d been so eager to gain admission to, demanding colleges give them some money back.
Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch
Managing Producer: John Asante
Reporter & Producer: Carla Green
Editors: Catherine Saint Louis & Vikram Patel
Engineer: Scott Somerville
Music by Matt McGinley & Blue Dot Sessions
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