New Poll: Students Think Re-opening Colleges Was a Mistake (Oh, and Online Learning Sucks)

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When higher ed.’s gatekeepers sat down this summer to chart the treacherous future of COVID-on-campus, a diverse slate of re-open plans emerged. Some lean on virtual learning, others aim for in-person classes (plus the hybrid middle-ground), but all are banking on student buy-in to their campuses’ COVID codes. Now that students have settled into their improvised accommodations, we have the first reading on how on-campus learning works amid Coronavirus. The key questions: Have students stuck to safe practices? How is learning going? Has Coronavirus spread widely? Was on-campus learning worth the heavy lift? The results of the latest Axios/College Reaction […]
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