First: EssaySnark must’ve spent too much time in the hot July sun over the holiday weekend, because yesterday’s post was half-baked and unfinished when it first went up. If you’re following the blahg and getting these posts by email, please be sure to click back over to the site to read it in its (now corrected) entirety!
And now: Coronavirus and education and immigration.
You’d think this country could get at least one out of the three right, and implement policies that help rather than hurt people. But no.
On Monday, Harvard announced that the entirety of its undergraduate Arts and Sciences programs will be conducted only online for the entirety of the 2020-2021 academic year .
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What a mess. How stressful can they make it. It’s as if they sat around in March, April, and May, and said, “Hey, what if we don’t even really try to protect this country? Nah, seems like way too much trouble.”
Leaders? This country lacks them right now.
It’s all about politics and pretending.
Folks, stay safe, be smart, and make sure you’re being sensible, too. Don’t outsource your critical thinking or expect the leaders to have your best interests in mind.