SDSU Senate decides against teacher’s choice for online or in-person classes

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The University Senate for San Diego State met on Thursday afternoon to discuss whether teachers should have flexibility in offering their classes online or in-person.

KUSI’s Matt Prichard was on campus Thursday evening with more on what could this mean for students.

After the meeting, it was decided that San Diego State University teachers would not be able to choose if their classes will be online, in-person, or in a hybrid format.

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