Tag: College

Jerry Brown approves community college bachelor’s degrees

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Article from Sacramento Bee: In what could portend a monumental shift in public higher education in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Sunday that will allow up to 15 community colleges to launch bachelor’s degrees programs in vocational fields. While 21 other states offer community college baccalaureates, California’s colleges have traditionally been the domain [...]

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White Mountains Community College offers a variety of learning options to fit …

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Article from Conway Daily Sun: Published Date Early in the online education initiative, White Mountains Community College began to offer a small list of 100 percent course offerings. As interest grew, so did the offerings. Today, online learning is said to be the future of higher education. While this may be true nationwide, online learning [...]

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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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Starbucks to Subsidize Workers’ College Degrees

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Article from Wall Street Journal: Due to recent suspicious activity from your computer, we have blocked your access to http://online.wsj.com. After completing the captcha below, you will immediately regain access to http://online.wsj.com, however you may receive further captchas if further suspicious behavior is detected. ……….. >> Read the full article Related News: Suggested Items: Online [...]

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How online courses boost college completion but lower actual learning ( in 3 …

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Article from VentureBeat: The availability of online learning is doing some really strange things to California’s community college students: It’s dramatically increasing their persistence to a degree, but it’s lowering how often they finish each course with a passing grade. “In every academic subject area, students are less likely to succeed in online than in [...]

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Simmons College Announces First Online Undergraduate Degree Program …

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Article from Wall Street Journal: Addition of two new online nursing programs demonstrates Simmons’s commitment to online education BOSTON, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Simmons College today announced the launch of a new, online Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (RN to BSN). This is the school’s first online undergraduate degree program. In addition, Simmons [...]

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Gauge the Cost of an Online Degree From a U.S. College

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: International students looking to earn an online degree on the cheap can consider University of the People, a tuition-free, accredited school. For many international students, the idea of earning an online degree from a U.S. school can seem like an enticing alternative to studying abroad. With online learning, [...]

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RI bill aims to help adults finish college degree online

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Article from The Brown Daily Herald: Rep. Joseph McNamara, D-Warwick and Cranston, proposed legislation March 19 to create a three-year pilot program for Rhode Island adults to complete their college degrees online. The program will be facilitated through partnerships with Charter Oak State College, a Connecticut public online college, and College Unbound, a Providence-based nonprofit [...]

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Sen hopeful knocks rival’s lack of college degree

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Article from Online Athens: ATLANTA — A top Republican candidate in Georgia’s U.S. Senate race is dismissing one of his opponents for not having a college degree as he touts his own experiences as a businessman. Former Dollar General CEO David Perdue said during a January meeting captured on video that “there’s a high school [...]

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Wiley College broadens online learning options

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Article from Marshall News Messenger: Wiley College has become a hub for historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) in offering online courses through its Center of Excellence which launched last semester. The Center of Excellence in Distance Learning at Wiley is working with online education resource provider Lumen Learning to broaden the local college’s online [...]

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