Getting her master’s degree by spending long hours on Zoom was not what Sophia Volk had in mind when she enrolled in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business.

But the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools across the country to shift to a different style of teaching, and Volk said that should mean a different price tag, as well.

“It didn’t sit well with me that I was charged $9,000 for two Zoom classes,” Volk said. “I went through with summer classes to see…

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