Florida’s Board of Governors says that university system’s online learning push will dramatically reduce classroom space needs

In a presentation to the Facilities Committee of the Florida Board of Governors at their meeting last week, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Finance and Facilities Chris Kinsley said that the system’s new emphasis on online learning is reducing the need for new classroom space by between $1 billion and $2 billion.

The presentation was an early step in the development of a new model for determining the amount of classroom space needed by each of the system’s universities.

The model presently being used has been in place for twenty years.

The presentation can be seen here.

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