Online degrees awarded in record numbers

Townes, Glenn
February 2010
New York Amsterdam News;2/11/2010, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p29
The article reports that based from a study released in January 2010 by Massachusetts-based think tank Babson College Survey Research Group, in the wake of a recession and higher tuitions of institutions of higher education, enrollment at online colleges and universities is at an all-time high with minority students earning online degrees more than anyone else.


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