The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is scrapping its plans for in-person learning one week into the semester, a pivot its faculty chair says she hopes other schools will learn from.

UNC Chapel Hill had to cancel in-person classes after a surge in coronavirus cases. Mimi Chapman tells NPR that “should give every other large public university in the country pause.”

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