This month, Google announced my city (Provo, Utah) as the third Google Fiber city. As my neighbors and I collectively rejoiced about our good fortune, a lot of the attention was on how the super fast speeds and free services will improve our community schools. With a connection to every household and the ability to stream multimedia that may be hindered by slower speeds, our students have a lot to look forward to.
But, even if all cities don't get Google Fiber, online students across the nation will benefit from it. Here's why.
Not every reason to enroll in an online college is a good one. In fact, online college isn't the right choice for a lot of learners.
Before you enroll, make sure your motives and expectations are in the right place. And, make sure you're not just signing up for one of these horrible, awful, no-good reasons.
If you're considering enrolling your child in an online charter high school, middle school, or elementary school, you'll need to know how to find one that enrolls students in your area. Online charter schools are publicly funded, but they are not managed nationally. Instead, these schools are governed by state or local school districts and only enroll students within their boundaries. Here's how to find an online charter school for your child.
What annoys, angers, or frustrates your online professors? Find out in this article. Or, if you're a professor with student pet peeves, join in with your own stories.