A Novel Idea: Ask Students What They Think About Returning to Campus
Delece Smith-Barrow, The Hechinger Report
With the new school year just a few weeks away and coronavirus cases on the rise, many college and university presidents have shared ambitious plans for a never-before-executed fall semester. Students will have to wear masks in class, keep social distance as much as possible, get tested for COVID-19, and more to prevent spreading the virus.
The plans are lengthy and detailed, and many of the new rules seem tough to follow, which makes you wonder: What do students think of these plans? A University of Connecticut professor decided to find out.