Image:  Hands-on technical programs typically dominated by male students and largely dependent on in-person coursework were hard hit by the pandemic and led to steep declines in male enrollment at community colleges across the country, according to a new working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. The courses underwent challenging and costly shifts as community colleges responded to the pandemic by moving them online and making other adjustments to meet safety...


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