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June 12, 2020

The Chronicle of Higher Education
Volume 66, Issue 31

Cover Story

  • News

    Welcome to the Socially Distanced Campus

    When students return to colleges, they are likely to find transformed spaces and new norms. Here’s what campus leaders say that could look like.

Highlights

  • News

    How the Pandemic Will Change Teaching on Campus

    The things that make learning effective in person need to be reimagined.
  • News

    The Plan for College Budgets Next Year? Improvise

    Revenues are fuzzy, and every new safety measure carries a price tag.
  • News

    Welcome to the Socially Distanced Campus

    When students return to colleges, they are likely to find transformed spaces and new norms. Here’s what campus leaders say that could look like.
  • Advice

    The New Communication Plan? Overcommunication

    In the midst of a pandemic, college leaders can’t be too transparent. A poor job now may cause confusion and suspicion. If things go very wrong, a college may never live it down.
  • News

    What College Students Need Now

    The student writing in to Central Piedmont Community College was frantic. Her parents, she told college administrators, had lost their jobs because of Covid-19, and the family was down to crackers and a bottle of water. She didn’t see how she could continue her studies when they couldn’t even count…
  • Law

    Why the Fall Will Be a Liability Minefield

    Colleges face lawsuits at every turn, and waivers won’t protect them.

Commentary

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