Online Learning Update

May 30, 2013

CSU trustees hope online learning classes will ease bottleneck on required courses

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:01 am

Adolfo Guzman-Lopez, Southern California Public Radio

Officials said more online courses will help students at California State University, Los Angeles and other campuses complete graduation requirements. California State University officials today laid out to its trustees how the university plans to ease students’ access to required courses in the fall — a huge problem that affects tens of thousands fo students at all 23 campuses. During a trustee meeting in Long Beach, Cal State officials said budget cuts have led to bottlenecks in lower level classes such as college algebra, general education biology, and micro economics. “We have 22 courses across the CSU where we have high enrollment and also low success in those students completing those with good academic grades,” said Gerry Handley, head of CSU’s Academic Technology Services.

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