With protests bringing new attention to Americaâs struggles with racism, a lack of diversity training for students from abroad could be a critical blind spot for colleges.
The executive order wonât curtail optional practical training, but it still contains bad news for higher education.
Whether classes are online or in person this fall, the old playbook wonât work.
For one such graduate, Andrew PÃ©rez, commencement marked an accomplishment for his whole family. Now there would be no ceremony, no cap and gown, no pomp and circumstance.
Some students went straight home. But others traveled to beaches and attended parties, potentially infecting others.
China will delay the gaokao by a month because of the outbreak.
Global travel restrictions could mean that such students may not see their families for months.
The outbreak underscores what many see as a lack of regard for the people who make colleges run.
New restrictions on travel from Europe have forced colleges to scramble to get study-abroad participants back home.
As fears of Covid-19 lead colleges across the country to send students home, they risk leaving many low-income students in the lurch.