In the wake of the coronavirus, more and more quarantined consumers have shown interest in online education. These consumers are everything from parents with children who are learning from home, to people with extra time on their hands who are interested in acquiring new skills. While this pandemic has affected businesses in an uncountable number of ways, it has also opened up opportunities for companies that sell online education products and services. Both hardware, and software companies in the online education industry, are thriving in times like these. Stand-up desks, online class platforms teaching traditional education and platforms teaching new trades, online language classes, and online music classes are just a handful of the businesses that would benefit from our lists.