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Questioning online education

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Articles - September 2012
Monday, August 27, 2012

Enrollment at Oregon’s public universities is growing, and changes in the state’s education policies and goals are likely to push it higher even as many college classrooms, labs and lecture halls are overflowing. We asked our readers about their views on online education as higher education leaders consider it a growing option to meet the demand. There were 606 respondents to our survey completed in late July, which was conducted by research partner CFM Strategic Communications.

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