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Online Degrees Let Students Tap Their Intellectual, Creative Side

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Face-to-face classroom learning is beneficial to students, allowing enrichment …

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Article from The Daily Titan: Everybody likes to save time and make the most out of what’s offered at school. Something many students are opting for today are online classes. Online classes offer students the same amount of credit for a class that’s done entirely through a computer. Sounds great to most people, but is [...]

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More students taking advantage of online learning

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Article from WWMT-TV: MICHIGAN (NEWSCHANNEL 3) – A new report shows more students in Michigan are taking advantage of online learning, but the classes are getting mixed reviews. The author of the study, Joe Freidhoff, told Newschannel 3 he found some concerns when it comes to online education here in Michigan. While more kids are [...]

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Report: Online education failing students

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Article from WKZO: Thursday, February 05, 2015 8:20 p.m. EST Backlit keyboard is reflected in screen of Apple Macbook Pro notebook computer in Warsaw February 6, 2012. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel LANSING (WKZO) — A new report finds that the more classes a high school student takes on-line the less successful they are academically. It is particularly [...]

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Local students to participate in international Hour of Code online learning event

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Article from The Macomb Daily: Macomb County elementary school students will join 100 million or so of their closest friends next week when they participate in a worldwide event designed to pique their interest in computer science. The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science designed to ?de mystify? code and demonstrate [...]

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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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Attracting, and keeping, online students

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Article from Boston Globe: I have heard university presidents dedicate new buildings, quote Plato, and praise generous benefactors. But before Monday, I had never heard a university president gush about predictive analytics and customer relationship management software. Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, was scrutinizing a spreadsheet in the cubicle of [...]

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Online courses offer alternative learning but require skilled students

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Minority Students Should Weigh Pros, Cons of Online Education

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Article from U.S. News & World Report: Some minority students say online courses provide a comfortable learning environment where race doesn’t play a role in class dynamics.  Trina Jordan, a 49-year-old single mom from Nashville, Tenn., was always aware of her race in college. As an African-American undergraduate at Tennessee State University, a historically black school, she [...]

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New program will let students finish their degrees online at any UL System school

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Article from NOLA.com: Adults who left college but want to complete a degree will be able to do so online with a two-year program that the University of Louisiana System will introduce in late May. This initiative, in which teachers from all nine UL System universities will participate, will be the first collaborative, systemwide effort [...]

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