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Online Education: Evaluating Both Opinions

Within the past few years, online education programs have had a dramatic increase in students enrolled. Many state lawmakers are looking at online education as a way to cut down education spending without cutting course offerings. According to an article for The Huffington Post, online education needs to be evaluated by measuring its beneficial qualities with the areas that need improvement. This will allow students and educators to make the best decision concerning online education.


According to the article, online education supporters point out that online learning allows students to have access to more classes and costs the schools less money. Some states are requiring their students to take one online course before graduation. Critics of online education cite that insufficient research has been conducted to verify if these virtual courses are has effective as traditional classroom courses. Further research will need to be conduct to understand how effective online education courses are in the long term.


You can read more at The Huffington Post.


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