Even amid a pandemic, the kids are ‘alright’
A few years ago — no, it was almost eight months, but like everything else about 2020 it feels longer — we decided to reopen our university this fall. Like almost all hard calls, the choice had to be made with a less-than-ideal amount of information in hand. Experience warned us against procrastination; the operational difficulties of the task ahead clearly were going to require every possible day of planning and preparation.
Originally published: December 16, 2020
Author: Mitch Daniels
Institution: Purdue University
Published by: The Washington Post