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Going online due to COVID-19 this fall could hurt colleges' future


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Christopher Newfield, University of California, Santa Barbara

(THE CONVERSATION) When the California State University system decided to conduct all of its classes online this coming fall, administrators said it was to avoid the health risks associated with COVID-19. Many other colleges are making similar decisions as they move online.

Wayne State University and Michigan State University are likely to go online – but may offer a hybrid of online and in-person classes. USC will...

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