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Google to Expand its Rolling Study Halls Program
April 11, 2018
We recently addressed the question of whether WiFi-equipped buses could help close “the homework gap” for students without internet access in their homes. Now comes news that Google is stepping up its efforts to equip more school buses with WiFi. Here’s a closer look at the innovative initiative, dubbed Rolling Study Halls.

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More Schools Are Offering Online MBAs
April 3, 2018
As the need for flexibility in the global business landscape increases so does the need for flexible training. That's where online MBAs come in. Let's take a closer look at why more schools offer online MBAs.

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India OKs Non-Tech Online Degrees
February 23, 2018
India's online students have a lot to celebrate. Students will soon be able to earn non-technical three-year degrees through open and distance learning programs. Learn more about this exciting development.

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Eritrea Celebrates First Crop of Online Master's Graduates in Health
February 9, 2018
The African country of Eritrea celebrated a major accomplishment last month: 15 Ministry of Health staff members received master’s degrees in the fields of Advanced Practice in Nursing and Global Health and Wellbeing. Here’s a closer look at the boundary-pushing development, along with where it ...

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April 20, 2018

A new survey reveals that when instructional designers are involved in the creation of online courses, student engagement increases. Let's take a clos...


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April 11, 2018

We recently addressed the question of whether WiFi-equipped buses could help close “the homework gap” for students without internet access in thei...


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April 3, 2018

As the need for flexibility in the global business landscape increases so does the need for flexible training. That's where online MBAs come in. Let's...