SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California State University will keep most online classes short and classes closed, Chancellor Timothy White announced Tuesday.
Due to the unknown nature of the coronavirus epidemic and how it will be effective next month, it is important to keep it off,
“Face-to-face lessons that can be started face-to-face can be reversed at a time when the second major episode of the epidemic has occurred as the term may occur as a prophecy.”
California State and the University of California have been closed since March due to the spread of CVD-19. Many other colleges in the country have closed their doors and now they want to know if they can reopen some entries.
But White told the State Board of Trustees that the 23-member school system should focus on student health and safety.
“When our university is open and free … it’s a place where more than 500,000 people come together,” the trustees said, according to the Los Angeles Times. “Thus grief is not yet on the cards.”
Less resources are being created to provide guidance and research for personal care using training nurses and hydrogens nurses and science labs and art centers. However, the course needs to be considered “extremely important” and includes a variety of ways to prevent the virus, White said.
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