More Maryland schools have announced plans to expand in-person instruction in the summer and fall, while one has already begun increasing in-person learning midsemester. Goucher College in Towson welcomed about 100 students back to campus the weekend of March 27 after conducting classes entirely virtually throughout the semester’s first seven weeks. The school had already had around 100 students living on campus.
Md. colleges chart a course toward ‘normalcy’ in the fall
March 30, 2021