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Jonathan Zimmerman: Historical Perspectives on COVID-19

April 16, 2020 by Erik Gross

How do the challenges that COVID-19 presents compare to other times of crisis in higher education? What forces have been brewing under the surface of the academy to make this such a difficult time for college campuses to cope with the pandemic? ACTA’s Erik Gross tapped Jonathan Zimmerman, professor of history of education at the University of Pennsylvania, for perspectives.

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