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Letters

In reshaping college, let us not lose our grasp of what higher education is

"An 18-year-old is not a fully developed adult. There is a vast difference between teaching a freshman and a student in his or her junior year."

Letters

In virtual space, students slip through Boston schools’ fingers

Readers were stirred to write in response to reporting and commentary on data that show that at least 10,000 Boston students have not logged in to virtual learning in May.

Opinion

Research universities can help solve the coronavirus crisis

With our world redefined by the coronavirus, the nation must renew its commitment to exploration and discovery and to the partnership that truly made America great.

Letters

Questions loom as colleges look to reopen in the fall

Readers grapple with the idea that Boston-area colleges could reopen in the fall.

Opinion

What’s the plan to get Boston’s virtual dropouts back to school?

At least 10,000 students aren’t registering to log in. The city and the state need to find them quickly.