Faculty Nationwide Push Against Being Asked to Provide Face-to-Face Instruction

The public discussion of whether colleges and universities should offer face-to-face classes was kicked off in April by the president of Brown University with her New York Times essay: “College Campuses Must Reopen in the Fall. Here’s How We Do It.” Dr. Christina Paxon argued that without bring students back to campus, “higher education would crumble.” On August 5, Dr. Kathleen McCartney, President of Smith College, announced a change in her college’s plans to offer courses on campus. McCartney wrote: “Given new scientific evidence, as well as recent and troubling trends nationally and in Massachusetts, I have come to the […]
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