Clinton ed proposal ruffles online learning pros’ feathers


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Dive Brief:

  • Hillary Clinton’s higher education plan, released Monday, insinuates that online learning programs as a whole lack integrity, offending industry leaders and making them question her familiarity with the market.
  • Inside Higher Ed reports that the plan says, “We must bring integrity to online learning,” as though that sector of the higher education market is the one plagued with quality issues.
  • While it can be assumed that the presidential candidate is referring to bad actors among for-profit online learning institutions, the reality is that public colleges and universities offer distance learning options to a growing majority of students who choose to study online.

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The piece of Clinton’s sprawling higher education proposal that has gotten the most attention this week is her ambitious plan to increase taxes on the………..

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