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Figuring It Out Once Again

COVID-19 For Those Who Teach

Figuring It Out Once Again

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We’re in another academic year that’s got us navigating uncharted waters. Most of us are back on campus and in the classroom. What’s happening at our institutions varies widely: mandates for testing, masks, vaccines—all three, some, or none. To what extent the policies are being enforced depends on the place. More predictable are the front lines where faculty find themselves, and that’s not an easy place to be. Comments like this one appear regularly on social media: “I taught 135 students today. The two rooms were packed with no open seats. Only about 40 students had masks. When I described why I am wearing a mask and having virtual office hours (1 year old at home, his grandpa doing chemo treatment), I got eye rolls and dramatic sighs.”

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