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Berklee Hits High Note With New Online Music Degree

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Article from Mashable: What’s This? The Berklee College of Music is a top notch school in Massachusetts. Image: Berklee Online By Yohana Desta2014-07-17 11:04:31 UTC The Berklee College of Music is trying to keep you off campus. The top-notch school in Boston is rolling out a new undergraduate degree option for students this fall, in [...]

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High tech, higher ed — UNF to offer online degree in 3 in-demand programs

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Article from Business Journal: Enlarge Photo Bet Noire Catherine Byerly Digital Producer- Jacksonville Business Journal >> Read the full article Related News: Suggested Items: Preschool and Kindergarten Learning Games Free A Guide to Online Course Design: Strategies for Student SuccessThis book offers a much-needed resource for faculty and professional staff to build quality online courses [...]

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Report: More high school students taking math, science and online courses …

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Article from WTVC: Forecast Today: Sunny and much warmer with an afternoon high in the upper 80s.  Breezy at times with a south wind at 10-15mph.Tonight:  A fair sky with a low in the low/mid 60s.Friday:  Mostly sunny and hot with an afternoon high in the low 90s. More… National News Report: More high school [...]

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McHill High School Continues Growth in Online Education

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Article from Virtual-Strategy Magazine: McHill High School is one of the very few progressing institutions whose enrollment rate increased for the fourth straight term by 12%. Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 21, 2012 McHill High School, one of the highly recognized and established online institutions showed persistent growth by record enrollments in the month of April [...]

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Brenau University’s online teacher education programs earn high marks

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Article from Atlanta Journal Constitution: Print E-mail By Laura Raines For ajcjobs When U.S. News & World Report ranked online education degree programs for the first time in 2012, Brenau University in Gainesville earned Top 10 Honor Roll status. The school’s master’s of education and education specialist degrees ranked ninth in the nation in the [...]

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Proposed ‘Virtual High School’ in Fairfax County

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Article from MyFox Washington DC: Updated: Friday, 13 Apr 2012, 6:26 PM EDTPublished : Friday, 13 Apr 2012, 6:25 PM EDT WASHINGTON – In Fairfax County, Va., with the 11th largest school system in the U.S., some students are already taking a limited number of courses online. High school freshman Michelle Chien plans on doing [...]

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Business Schools Online Masters Program Ranks High

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Article from UConn Daily Campus: The UConn School of Business’s online master’s degree program in accounting received high marks in the U.S. News and World Report’s first annual rankings of online degree programs. According to UConn Today, the magazine evaluated a total of 523 online master’s programs. The business programs were evaluated in four categories: [...]

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Malone’s online BA degree garners high ranking

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Article from Canton Repository: Malone University’s online bachelor’s degree has been recognized among the top online degree programs by USNews & World Report. In the publication’s first-ever such list, Malone ranked No. 50 for “teaching practices and student engagement” of 172 colleges and universities ranked nationally. Malone also ranked in the top third (66th of [...]

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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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Online learning tips for high school students

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Article from SignOnSanDiego.com: High schools across the country are adding online education to their core curriculum to improve student access to advanced-placement classes, to stimulate more student-teacher interaction and to create new efficiencies in an era of severe budget constraints. The percentage of high school students taking online courses nearly doubled in 2010, to 30 [...]

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