BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While Maryland’s colleges and universities are online for the rest of the spring semester due to the coronavirus pandemic, Morgan State University is already looking into remote learning for the fall.
The university has already moved all summer session classes to a remote instruction format.READ MORE: The Fight For Cruelty-Free Cosmetics: Maryland Will Be 5th State To Ban Testing Makeup On Animals
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President David Wilson said officials have now established three planning models to prepare for the fall semester operations. A committee has been tasked with perfecting remote instruction in case it’s needed in the fall.
At least one other school, the College of Southern Maryland in La Plata, has also said it may not have students begin the fall semester on campus.MORE NEWS: Driver Sought In Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash That Killed Lakisha Furnanders