Chron of Higher Ed Round-UpPosted: September 25, 2010
From the latest Chron of Higher Ed:
- Apparently, a Kennesaw State University study shows that online classes typically experience 15% higher dropout rates than face to face courses, and nothing seems to help. Should universities already suffering from retention and graduation problems rethink their reliance on such classes, or adjust their mix of face to face to online offerings?
- The Collegiate Learning Assessment put to the test.
- Why socioeconomic class often fails to “count” as diversity.