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DNR Offers Online Education Classes For Hunters

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Article from CBS Local: By Edward Cardenas SOUTFIELD (CBS Detroit) – The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering an online education course for hunters. The hunter education course offers lessons on safe, legal and responsible hunting practices, and according to the DNR, the video uses narration, closed captioning, interactive exercises and photos that replicate what [...]

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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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Free Online Classes Are Little Help in Job Hunt

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Article from Businessweek: Justin Thomsen finished the first year of a philosophy master’s program at the University of California at Irvine when he began to contemplate his future. “There aren’t a lot of jobs, exactly, for being a philosopher,” he said. Thomsen decided he needed computer programming skills to find employment in his technology-focused region. [...]

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UK expands classes offered online

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Article from Bowling Green Daily News: Posted: Saturday, May 19, 2012 2:07 pm | Updated: 6:18 pm, Sat May 19, 2012. The University of Kentucky is offering more online classes for students this summer in an effort to help them graduate in four years. More than 3,000 students are already signed up for the 70 [...]

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As MIT and Harvard Announce Online Classes, Online Education Becomes More …

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Article from Houston Chronicle: Tuesday, May 9th, 2012, Harvard and MIT announced the creation of edX. This is a new partnership in online education. These top schools have partnered together to officer online classes that are completely free. With the explosion of online learning, the site, Aspiring Nurse, will be able to help students earn [...]

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Penn, other universities offer free online classes

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Article from Philadelphia Inquirer: It costs well over $ 50,000 a year to attend the University of Pennsylvania, but beginning in June, anyone anywhere will be able to get a sliver of that Ivy League education for free. Penn has joined a group of top universities, including Princeton, that will begin offering select courses online [...]

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Going to school by computer: Minnesota’s online classes for K-12 students

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Article from Twin Cities Planet: April 15, 2012 As more of our daily interactions occur in cyberspace, so too Minnesota’s K-12 schools are looking to the internet for instruction and communication tools to fit the students’ different needs. Minnesota schools already have a very robust online element, and will have even more with push from [...]

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Why I Chose Online Education: Bridget Baldwin: After 10 years of classes, this …

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Article from Chicago Tribune: College education takes all sorts of shapes these days, as students more often choose nontraditional routes to a degree. Many people of different ages, backgrounds, and career goals are now looking to online education programs. Here’s why one person chose an online degree. Bridget Baldwin has had quite the relationship with [...]

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Survey says online classes growing in popularity

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Article from KETK: Tuesday, January 3, 2012 – 10:18pm TYLER — A recent study by the Babson Survey Research Group shows the number of students nationwide taking at least one online class has surpassed 6 million. And 65% of higher education instiutions say online learning is part of their long term strategy. Ken Craver is the [...]

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Online College Classes For High School Students May Offer Credits Towards …

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Article from Red, White, and Blue Press: High school students who are looking towards college may be in a position where during the semester or summer college classes may be available online, as we are currently seeing trends where more students are using online resources to not only apply for, research, and even take tours [...]

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