Online Learning Update

May 29, 2010

Online Learning: California’s Deal with Kaplan

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

by David Moltz, Inside Higher Ed

Last fall, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office announced what some perceived as a partial solution to the budget-related enrollment restrictions that threatened to disrupt the educational plans of many students. Under a memorandum of understanding with Kaplan University, students at certain community colleges would be able to take specific online learning courses – at a steep discount off the for-profit institution’s normal tuition rates, though still paying significantly more than they would at their own college – with the assurance that the credits would transfer back to their home institutions, allowing them to stay on track to earn an associate degree.

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