University of Kansas backs away from in-person requirement
July 1, 2020
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas is providing faculty more flexibility if they don't feel comfortable teaching in-person classes in the fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Barbara Bichelmeyer said Monday that decisions on courses, how they would be taught and teaching assignments "should be the purview of the department or program," KCUR reports.
The move came after faculty had pushed back last week after they were told to return to campus beginning Aug. 24, unless they could invoke an exemption under the Americans with Disabilities Act...