With the rapid development of Internet technology, increasing social attention to education, and continuous improvement in economic levels, the online education industry continues to grow. According to iiMedia Research, the number of online education users in China will reach 309 million in 2020, and the market size will reach 453.8 billion yuan. In the survey of online education, 34.5% of users said they had a certain understanding of K12 online education. 38.1% of users believed that the combination of teaching and explanation links was closely related to technology. 44.8% of users said that they continued to wait and see the prospects of online quality education development. Thinking and programming online quality education were most recognized by users, accounting for 37.2%. iiMedia Consulting analysts believe that due to the favorable policies, strengthened social education awareness and the pressure of primary and secondary school students to enter the higher education, the future demand for K12 online education market will continue to increase. With the strengthening of parents' education consciousness in 80s and 90s, the demand for quality education will become more urgent.
应对疫情停课不停学，推迟返校时间是避免疫情进一步扩大的有效措施，iiMedia Research（艾媒咨询）数据显示，51.1%的受访者赞成疫情期间线上教育，54.5%的受访者赞成疫情期间停课不停学。而在线教学中，如何有效达到教学质量以及监督学生完成教学任务，则成为了社会关注热点。iiMedia Research（艾媒咨询）数据显示，60.0%的受访者没有时间监督孩子进行线上教育，48.5%的受访者认为疫情期间线上教育学生注意力容易分散，39.6%的受访者认为线上教育教学质量不高，55.3%的受访者认为疫情期间，线上教育的预期效果比在学校学习效果差。如何解决这些线上教育的劣势，是在线教育进行持续发展需要解决的问题。
It is an effective measure to avoid further expansion of the epidemic to stop school and postpone the time of returning to school. According to the data of iiMedia Research, 51.1% of the respondents approve of online education during the epidemic, and 54.5% of the respondents approve of school suspension during the epidemic. In online teaching, how to effectively achieve teaching quality and supervise students to complete teaching tasks has become a hot topic of social concern. According to the data of iiMedia Research, 60.0% of the respondents did not have time to supervise their children's online education, 48.5% of the respondents thought that students' attention was easily distracted during the epidemic, 39.6% of the respondents thought that the quality of online education and teaching was not high, and 55.3% of the respondents thought that the expected effect of online education during the epidemic was worse than that of learning in school. How to solve the disadvantages of online education is a problem that needs to be solved in the sustainable development of online education.