Brown University, UMass Dartmouth alter reopening plans to involve more online classes

BROWN UNIVERSITY announced Tuesday that it is delaying in-person instruction until at least early October due to rising COVID-19 cases in Rhode Island and across the country. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
BROWN UNIVERSITY announced Tuesday that it is delaying in-person instruction until at least early October due to rising COVID-19 cases in Rhode Island and across the country. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY
PROVIDENCE – Brown University and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth respectively announced this week that their institutions have altered their fall instruction plans that will involve more fully-online courses. Brown announced Tuesday that in-person instruction at the Ivy League university will be delayed until October. It will also implement a phased approach to bring students…

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