CSU plans to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall, chancellor says
Well what do we have here? Riding on the back of Covid 19 there has been a revelation on how ineffective and excessively priced the higher education system has become. So this is a sea change happening.
The 23-campus California State University system plans cancel most in-person classes in the fall and instead offer instruction primarily online, Chancellor Timothy White announced Tuesday.
The vast majority of classes across the Cal State system will be taught online, White said, with some limited exceptions that allow for in-person activity.
“Our university, when open without restrictions and fully in person … is a place where over 500,000 people come together in close and vibrant proximity,” White said at a meeting of Cal State’s Board of Trustees. “That approach sadly just isn’t in the cards now.”
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