Flexibility crucial for continuing ed classes

ON PACE: Kelly Donnell, associate professor of education at Roger Williams University, is teaching three courses from her Barrington home this semester because of the pandemic, but it hasn’t disrupted the pace or content of the instruction. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
ON PACE: Kelly Donnell, associate professor of education at Roger Williams University, is teaching three courses from her Barrington home this semester because of the pandemic, but it hasn’t disrupted the pace or content of the instruction. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
COLLEGES IN THE AREA have their fingers crossed that their adult-education and certification programs will remain relatively unscathed during the corona­virus pandemic, and in its aftermath. For many schools that aim degree and enrichment programs at working adults, the transition to online instruction began years before COVID-19 arrived. That means the heavy lifting of the…

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