Low levels of involvement have a negative impact on everything from performance to contentment to dropout levels. College dropout rates in North America are on the rise, with undergraduate dropout rates averaging 40% and public university dropout rates reaching 50%. This has a significant financial effect on an organization.
While the future of higher education is unclear as the epidemic and its consequences continue to spread, one crucial lesson has been learned: organizations must embrace digital change. Those who had already began their digital transformation path fared well, while those who had not battled to keep in touch with their pupils.
The epidemic has made higher education institutions understand the critical need of digitization. They recognize they ought to accelerate their digitization shift if they have been doing so slowly.
Students’ results, contentment, and, most importantly, drop-out rates are all influenced by communication and involvement.