College Officials Struggle to Decide Whether to Offer On Campus Classes in Fall

by Ellie Hooper Colleges nationwide have begun talking, if speculatively, about the conditions under which they would reopen campuses for the fall 2020 term.Since Boston University released a plan earlier this month indicating how it may restart campus operations once it is safe to do so, many more colleges have followed.Their plans range widely, and several acknowledge some degree of online instruction will be needed even in the best-case scenario. Most are still tentative, however, with officials awaiting the go-ahead from public health officials. The coronavirus drove the spring term online in a hurry. Now, colleges are looking ahead to […]
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