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New websites published for finding accredited online degrees

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Article from Henrietta Post: Affordable Colleges Foundation has recently published a new resource for students seeking accredited online degree-granting universities. Historically, online learning has been dominated by for-profit institutions which have played an important role in the post-secondary ecosystem. Today, more and more traditional colleges are offering degree programs online to meet the needs of [...]

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Online Education Platform in Nigeria Finds Tutor Niche

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Article from AFKInsider: Thinkstock Though online education is not yet very popular in Nigeria, a number of platforms are striving to break the ice and get Nigerians to seek education on the internet — Tutor.ng is one of them. The online learning and training education platform provides a favorable online learning community — including live classes [...]

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FSBIT Partners with Scenario Learning for Online Safety Training

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Article from Insurance News Net: CINCINNATI, July 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Scenario Learning, developer of safety and compliance solutions for schools and workplaces, and the Florida School Boards Insurance Trust (FSBIT) announce a partnership bringing the SafeSchools Online Staff Training System to FSBIT member districts, free of charge. The agreement supports school administrators, who are continually [...]

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Starbucks To Offer Employees Online College Degrees

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Article from The Heartland Institute: Starbucks and Arizona State University will offer Starbucks’ employees who work at least 20 hours per week the opportunity to receive an online college degree at a discounted price. This arrangement “is a first of its kind,” said Sharon Keeler, an Arizona State (ASU) spokeswoman. “[W]e have a constant desire [...]

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Teacher seeks online degree to help students become better readers

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Article from UALR: Jessie Grant, 33, lives and works in Nixa, Missouri, a suburb of Springfield, where she and her husband are raising their two children. In the Nixa Public School System where she teaches, Grant’s full-time job is focused on improving the reading skills of struggling elementary-age students, using the tools she has acquired [...]

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Terra State unveils five new fully-online degrees

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Learning-Disabled Siblings Graduate Thanks To Online Classes

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Article from KERA News: A brother and sister in their 20s finished high school last month in Richardson even though learning disabilities slowed them down. They got high school degrees by taking online classes at home. The KERA radio story School was never easy for Melissa Richardson, who’s 20. Her mother noticed unusual behavior by [...]

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Kendra Punched Walls, Flushed Wedding Ring After Learning Hank Cheated

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Article from Radar Online: Splash News/Facebook Secrets & Scandals Of Kendra & Hank’s Rocky Marriage Beautiful Celebs Who Have Been Cheated On Kendra’s New Book Explores Postpartum Depression foxnews.com >> Read the full article Related News: Learning Online: What Research Tells Us About Whether, When and HowAt a time when more and more of what [...]

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5 types of online learners could make or break your institution

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Article from eCampus News: By Meris Stansbury, Managing Editor, @eSN_MerisRead more by Meris StansburyJune 30th, 2014 New report reveals why it’s critical for colleges and universities to know these online le……….. >> Read the full article Related News: LearnSmart Online Access for P.O.W.E.R. Learning: Strategies for Success in College and Life [Instant Access]Critical thinking and [...]

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Foothill grad earns degree entirely online

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Article from Mountain View Voice: A Berkeley-bound student who earned his associate’s degree entirely online is among nearly 1,000 students who will graduate from Foothill College Friday, June 27. From his home in Mendocino — or occasionally sitting in a Mendocino café or library — James Sommermann completed 23 online classes in music, English, statistics, [...]

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