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As the pandemic wanes, where's the market for massive online learning?
Some platforms have laid off employees, citing the need for sustainable growth.
Black students most likely to be going to school remotely
More than 70% of Black students are going to school entirely online, compared to 40% of white students.
Navigating the pandemic when “every decision is an individual decision”
With mixed messaging coming from the government, community college dean Derrick Lindstrom says acting appropriately comes down personal choices.
The future of education is digital, online learning platform CEO says
Online enrollments at Coursera are up 500% from the same time a year ago, says CEO Jeff Maggioncalda.
Can employee tuition benefits boost graduation rates?
Flexible degree programs should raise enrollment, analyst says.
The dark side of online education
Pakistani company Axact is making millions by selling fake diplomas.
LinkedIn wants to teach you stuff
The professional networking site is purchasing an online video training site.
Did becoming a Starbucks barista just get harder?
Starbucks will help employees pay for an online education at ASU.
What elite universities can learn from high fashion
Harvard Business School launches new online classes, geared to the masses
Passing notes in the back of Coursera
Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, allow anyone to be a student. Retirees, soccer moms or radio commentator Beth Teitell.