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Preparing Your Busy Life for Modern Online Education
News from Tech Cocktail:
It’s that time of year again. Summer has nearly run its course, and a more scholarly schedule is on the horizon. Kids all over the world are being sent off to school. In regards to pursuing an education, so are their parents. There’s no shame in going back to college at any age. Society has become more and more accepting of all generations trying to further their lives through education.
With the modernization of higher education, online courses have definitely changed the scope of what’s possible for a busy lifestyle. However, it is all too common for those going back and trying online schooling for the first time to make some very crucial mistakes. Like everything in life, we learn from these kinds of mistakes. If it’s possible to identify these mistakes beforehand, why not save ourselves a ton of time, effort, and of course money?
Tech Will Drastically Help Your Online Learning Experience
Education is always progressing, just like the technology that surrounds it. We live in a world where notebooks have been replaced by laptops and tablets; the…………… continues on Tech Cocktail
Online education rises in popularity
News from Education Week (subscription):
Published Online: September 1, 2015
HOUMA, La. (AP) — Online education enrollment has skyrocketed as parents and families search for a more individualized education for their children.
Nancy Toups, a former public school teacher who home schooled three of her children, started eLearningK12 with two other teachers in 1999, seeking to provide individualize education in an efficient manner. They started in Toups’ Thibodaux loft with less than 20 students. Now, enrollment is over 1,000 with students from across the country and locations in Thibodaux, Houma and Baton Rouge.
Earlier this month, eLearningK12 received a perfect score in its evaluation from the state Department of Education.
The Courier reports (http://bit.ly/1huqk1W) the program was founded to get students to work at their own pace.
Information from: The Courier, http://www.houmatoday.com