Last year, Schragis was concerned about the fate of his One Day University. What pivot could he make to ensure the continued survival of his innovative and hitherto successful national adult education enterprise? He had one inescapable problem. “…. A world where large crowds couldn’t gather was a world that couldn’t support our business,” Schragis wrote recently. “Or so I thought . . .
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