Colleges embrace on-campus classes despite COVID surges
Many colleges will bring students back to campus for the spring semester, with or without widespread vaccination.
Why it matters: Several colleges that reopened campuses in the fall were tied to big outbreaks . But schools say they've learned from that experience and improved their safety protocols, and are now confident that they can manage fuller campuses.
Driving the news: Only about 35% of colleges — including both public and private institutions — will be fully or primaril...