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Online Education

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Khan Academy Becomes Linked To Common Core Standards

With all but a handful of states adopting the Common Core standards, the non-profit Khan Academy has now linked to relevant instruction materials online.

04/21/2014

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E-Learning Offers Alternative To Snow Days

In Ohio, teachers of students off for a snow day must post their lessons online and require the work be completed during the next day to meet minimum hours.

03/04/2014

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Checking The Credibility Of Online Degree Programs

How do you know if the online degree program you’re considering is the real deal?

02/13/2014

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More K-12 Students Learning Online

The number of students in cyber and blended learning programs – those that use face-to-face and online instruction as curriculum practice – has grown dramatically.

01/07/2014

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Accredited Colleges

How do you know if a particular college is legitimate?

10/23/2013

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Khan Academy

My grandson told me he was learning advanced math and when I asked where, he told me it was at a free website program, Khan Academy. Millions of others are doing the same.

04/24/2013

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How Tech Has Changed College Life

The latest estimate is that one third of all US students take at least one course online but technology has changed the life of those on campus as well.

06/11/2012

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My Teacher Is An App

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Allison Schnacky of Windermere, Florida, describes her former history teacher standing at the blackboard and making history “the most boring class ever.” Now, watching videos of ancient Egypt and writing an essay […]

11/30/2011

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College Presidents Are Tech Savvy

Today, 91% of two-year colleges offer some online classes as do 60% of four-year schools. Most college presidents believe that a decade from now 50% of students will take courses online, contrasted with 10% now.

09/12/2011