Should colleges offer Freshman Year 2.0 to make up for COVID?

By , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“This is the group that has now had the most unusual first-year experience; they’re probably less connected than classes were in previous years,” said Stacey Bradley, University of South Carolina senior associate vice president for Student Affairs and Academic Support, during a recent Southern Regional Education Board panel on college completion. “They may need a little extra assistance as they assimilate into what is their second year, but, in many cases, may feel like their first year.”

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