Online learning has been growing much faster than traditional enrollment for at least six years, and almost one in four college students now takes at least one class online. This can be great news for students, but only if institutions take advantage of the latest research in designing online courses, and — a bigger if — if they pass the savings on to students.

Read the rest at the New York Times’ Room for Debate blog, and let me know what you think!

2 Responses to “The Debate over Online Degrees in the New York Times”

  1. J Blumenthal says:

    These public MN colleges claim delivering online learning costs more than brick and mortar classes. They are a low-cost provider to begin with.

    Maybe as they scale up to the 25% of classes offered online at public institutions that our state is targeting their costs will begin to taper.

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