Schools and universities are coping with augmented learning styles as Covid-19 infections continue to be reported on campuses around the US.
Here’s the latest on schools and universities around the country:
- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio delayed in-person openings at K-5 and K-8 schools until Sept. 29.
- Since move-in started at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in late August, more than 2,000 students have tested positive for Covid-19, CNN reported. The campus positivity rate is right around 10%.
- Baltimore City Public Schools are struggling with virtual class attendance after the first week of school, schools CEO Sonja Santelises said Wednesday in an interview.
- Almost 30 teenagers have to quarantine after a child was sent to Attleboro High School in Massachusetts despite knowing they were positive with Covid-19, according to Attleboro Public Schools and the town’s mayor.