Online Learning Update

April 24, 2018

States Take a Look at Online Learning Prices

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:02 am

by Mark Lieberman, Inside Higher Ed

As tuition and student debt levels continue to rise, so has the political and public pressure on colleges to keep costs for students under control. Online education, still emerging, hasn’t escaped those conversations. Legislatures in several states have taken steps in recent years to curb fees that institutions charge exclusively to online students, or to incentivize institutions to spend less on their online programs. (They’re also taking a look at fees charged to both residential and online students, but that’s a separate issue with its own nuances.)

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