Are Colleges Ready for a Different Kind of Teaching This Fall?
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Beth McMurtrie, The Chronicle of Higher Education
As colleges plan for the next academic year, so much is uncertain, including the continuing threat of COVID-19, the health of campus budgets, and the desire of students to enroll.
But institutions across the country know two things for sure: They don’t want to remain fully online come late August, yet they must prepare for that possibility. Can they create a fall semester that will persuade millions of students to return to college, convinced they’re getting their money’s worth?