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Sarah Askins

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.

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Online Education: A New Graduation Requirement

In this technological age, more education experts believe that students can learn more efficiently through a virtual classroom. The state of Florida has been steadily expanding its online education offerings, and this expansion is could mean requiring an online course for every graduating high student. According to The Miami Herald, virtual classrooms help reduce education spending and offer students access to more class choices.

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Quality and Online Education

With more states considering online education, some education critics are concerned about the quality of  online classes. Students in Memphis, TN, are required to take an online education course for graduation, and other states are introducing legislation requiring students to enroll in online classes. According to an article in The New York Times, the recent push for online education has focused more on saving money for the school systems without an adequate quality control system in place.

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Online Education: Prepares for an Economic Upturn

Despite the economic recession, community colleges have seen an increase in enrollment. This enrollment spike can be attributed to the number of displaced workers seeking a new career or degree program. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Technical Community College now offers five of it most popular degrees online. These new online education programs will add increased flexibility and allow students to finish programs once the economy takes an upturn.

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Interactive Online Education

For many working adults, online education has been an excellent choice for earning a degree, but what if these adults simply want to improve their skills set without committing to a degree program? According to The San Francisco Chronicle, Learnable is introducing a new kind of online education which allows students to learn skills from experts. This idea could make online education a more social experience.

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