Washington Post: UNC-Chapel Hill pivots to remote teaching after coronavirus spreads among students during first week of class

Washington Post: UNC-Chapel Hill pivots to remote teaching after coronavirus spreads among students during first week of class. “The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the largest schools in the country to bring students to campus for in-person teaching, said [August 17] that it will pivot to all-remote instruction for undergraduates after testing showed a pattern of rapid spread of the novel coronavirus. The shift signaled enormous challenges ahead for those in higher education who are pushing for professors and students to be able to meet on campus. Officials announced the abrupt change just a week after classes began at the 30,000-student state flagship university.”