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Discovery Education Partners with Colleges to Offer Online Professional Development in...

Discovery Education recently partnered with the Lehigh University Graduate College of Education (LU COE) and Northampton Community College (NCC) to provide K-12 teachers with...

Online Students Earn Lower Grades, More Likely to Fail Courses, According...

Online courses have become an increasingly popular learning option for college students. Nearly 1 in 3 students in the United States take classes online,...

The Middle Ground: Are Consortia the Answer to Sustaining Low-Enrollment Courses?

In addition to facing what seems like perpetual funding cuts, higher education institutions are increasingly experiencing competing pressure to offer and eliminate certain low-enrollment...

On the Mend: Online Pharmacy Programs Bring Education, Practitioners to Rural...

The Pharmacy Manpower Project, Inc., projects that by 2020, there will be a deficit  of nearly 157,000 pharmacists in the U.S., according to its...

University of Central Florida’s Online Education Model Offers Lifeline to Lower-Income...

As the digital age continues at a rapid speed, the Internet is moving beyond its role as an entertaining pastime to that of a...

Can MOOCs Help High School Students Get into College? It Depends...

When massive open online courses (MOOCs) began growing in popularity around 2012, many experts predicted they would change the way people all over the...

Universities Struggle to Ensure Access to Online Education for Students with...

When it comes to enabling students with disabilities to take full advantage of higher education, online course materials can be potentially empowering. This is...

Diversity in the Virtual Classroom

How American University is maximizing the educational benefits of its diverse online student population When Carmen Westbrook logs in to her online MBA courses at American University...