Lilah Burke, Inside Higher Ed
Being among the first to announce an online fall wasn't easy, but these college leaders say the benefits outweighed the drawbacks.
Eastern Washington University announced on May 4 that the majority of its classes would be online. The chancellor of the California State University system followed suit on May 12 and announced that its 23 campuses would run most classes remotely. Administrators at both colleges say their bets resulted in a few wins and a few losses, but overall they do not regret their decision to play it safe.