Has the coronavirus pandemic added value to community colleges?

KYW In Depth: Coronavirus
Saturday, May 23rd
The coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of changes to American society. People are out of work, a lot of families are experiencing financial hardships, and in general right now most people are staying pretty close to home. We wondered if, because of these reasons and more, COVID-19 has made community college a more attractive or valuable option to a broader section of people. So we asked Dr. Joy Gates Black, President of Delaware County Community College to join KYW In Depth to talk about how the coronavirus has affected DCCC, how enrollment has changed, the steps the school is taking to ensure safety, and why community colleges might have a leg up over other forms of higher education during the age of COVID-19.