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¿Puede culparse a los estudiantes de la educación superior por nuevos brotes de Covid-19?

The Student-Blaming Has Begun Is it fair to fault college students for Covid-19 outbreaks? By Katherine Mangan AUGUST 21, 2020 First came the reprimand: More than 100 first-year students who had gathered in Syracuse University’s quad (above), many without masks, to mingle with new fri
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Estrategias de reapertura de la educación superior en USA

Here’s Our List of Colleges’ Reopening Plans By Chronicle Staff JULY 29, 2020 (Last updated at 10:17 a.m., Eastern, on August 22, 2020.) The coronavirus pandemic has left higher-education leaders facing difficult decisions about when to reopen campuses and how to go about it. The Chro
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Depresión estudiantil en los EEUU en tiempos de Covid 19

Share of US postgraduates with depression ‘doubles’ amid pandemic Survey finds that rates of depression and anxiety more common among low-income, female, ethnic minority, LGBTQ and arts students August 18, 2020 Ellie Bothwell Dogged by the black dog 35 per cent of undergraduates and 3
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