Higher education’s reopening decisions affected the most vulnerable students

The COVID-19 pandemic hit higher education on March 6, 2020 when the University of Washington became the first major U.S. university to cancel in-person classes and have students take courses and finals remotely. What followed was a tidal wave of shuttered campuses, canceled study abroad programs, and students and faculty alike scrambling to make sense … Continue reading Higher education’s reopening decisions affected the most vulnerable students