Universities Must Be Decisive On Reopening Next Semester – But Not Too Hasty

Ireland“A number of colleges decided this week to remain online for the second semester, catching many students by surprise. Three months out from the beginning of the next semester, the move seems diffident and certainly hasty. This Editorial Board wrote in September that in-person teaching had been an unrealistic expectation over the summer. At the time, coronavirus cases in Ireland were on the rise again and the possibility of an in-person return to campus seemed laughable …” (more)

[University Times, 8 November]


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