Is Cal State’s plan for in-person classes next fall an early indicator?

Hallie Busta, Higher Ed Dive

The California State University system intends to offer most classes in-person next fall. It’s likely the first institution to announce its plans.
Chancellor Timothy White cited “promising progress” with coronavirus vaccines and a desire to provide students and families “as much advance notice as possible” in an announcement this week. He also pointed to the system’s extended priority application deadline of Dec. 15.
The 23-campus system was among the first higher education entities to announce fall 2020 and spring 2021 plans, in both cases opting to be primarily online.

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