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Cyber College, The Answer to Academic Inequality?

Millie Goebel

 

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Do you think there are barriers to receiving higher education? Who gets left out? Who gets educated?

Various academics argue that higher education learning institutions transition to online learning is a way for them to save money and is a characteristic of corporate culture business management. How do you feel about online learning, do you find it effective? Anant Agarwal offers a new perspective on the benefits of online learning. His program EdX is an opportunity to educate massive amounts of people, for free. No requirements needed.

Can educating the Americans be the part of the solution to our problems? Should we rethink our educational system and find the best way to educate the most people, or should we limit the amount of people who receive college degrees in order to make them more valuable?

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