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Low cost, high quality: the advantages of COOCs over MOOCs. GUEST COLUMN | by Howard E. Horton As the economy continues to recover, higher education institutions are looking for ways to provide an affordable education to their students without sacrificing … Continue reading

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Two Areas Where Innovations Are Not Happening

Empowering families, parents and caregivers in early childhood education. GUEST COLUMN | by Chris Drew Saul Khan is flipping classrooms. Coursera and other MOOCs are opening access to elite universities in unprecedented ways. School choice and the chartered school movement … Continue reading

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Ticket to Your Dreams

Promising access to the very best instruction from the world’s experts could be interesting. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero In 2010, renowned sports photographer Chase Jarvis partnered with Craig Swanson to create an online space where professional photographers could teach … Continue reading

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Opening Up

Keep the learning system sustainable. Create a knowledge marketplace. GUEST COLUMN | by Andrew Grauer The increasing number of massive open online courses (MOOCs) in the education space proves that there is, no doubt, a wealth of great content and … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: History of Education

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