in-person learning

College Leaders Should Have Seen This Coming

On August 16, dozens upon dozens of students wrap around the barrier in front of Gallettes, a local haunt in Tuscaloosa. It’s the end of formal sorority recruitment at the University of Alabama. One student smirks; his eyes are covered by sunglasses, but no mask…

Willpower Is Not Going to Be Enough

College students are being invited back onto campus after a summer of isolation and confinement, with strict instructions to stay apart. School officials, pleading with students to treat their new autonomy gingerly, are leaning hard on shame to get compliance. The president of Penn State…

Iowa Teachers Union Sues Governor over School Opening

The Iowa State Education Association (ISEA) filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Gov. Kim Reynolds (R), seeking to block her requirement for at least 50 percent of teaching to occur in person within school buildings throughout the state. 0…

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