Is the End of Hybrid Learning Leaving Disabled and High-Risk Students Behind? [Lu]

Some Colleges Are Ending Hybrid Learning. Students Are Pushing Back. — from chronicle.com by Adrienne Lu Daily Briefing: Is the End of Hybrid Learning Leaving Disabled and High-Risk Students Behind? Excerpt: Some students, though, want their colleges to make hybrid learning permanent. They argue that scaling up remote learning during the pandemic made higher education […]

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