By Derek Newton
06/26/20 on Forbes
…That is because many things will revert to business as it was. Students will return to campus as enrollments return to familiar patterns following demographics and economics. We won’t fret about social distancing in libraries and dinning halls. We will forget how many people predicted that Covid-19 would close countless colleges and universities for good. Other changes will linger, becoming new normals and we will let fade how and why they came to be that way. Here are five things in higher education that will likely outlive the pandemic and become just part of the expected, unexceptional process and experience of higher education…Read full article here.