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Why Do MBAs earn more?

Is an MBA worth it? Studies shows that while the cost of obtaining an MBA is higher than ever, the benefits are still large.

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Direct Assessment Degree Programs
Direct Assessment Degree Programs Offer Students New Ways to Learn

Instead of measuring student learning by credit or clock hours, this model uses direct assessment. In other words, once the student demonstrates mastery of the material, he or she moves ahead.

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IOS 8 Updates for Teachers
New IOS 8 Updates Teachers and Educators Should Know About

The iOS updates from Apple provide easier sharing of documents and also easier Airplay set up and sharing, among other features.

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Classroom 2.0 Website Profile
Classroom 2.0 Website Keeps Teachers and Educators Up-to-Date on Classroom Technology

The idea behind Classroom 2.0, which calls itself “the social network for those interested in Web 2.0, social media and participative technologies in the classroom ... with more than 79,000 members from 200 countries," is to provide teachers a place to share knowledge with educators around the world.

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Fast-Growing Professions That Require a Master’s Degree

There are seven professions that require a master’s degree, pay strong wages and have an expected job growth rate of at least 30% between 2012 and 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
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Monday, Aug 11 2014 11:00 AM

What it Costs to Attend the Best Online MBA Programs

Having an MBA is beneficial for several reasons. Having an MBA degree can help professionals either advance in their current career path or start an entirely new business route. Furthermore, professionals who have their MBA have the chance to earn higher wages. MBA programs also help individuals learn leadership skills, teamwork skills, strategic thinking and confidence.
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Wednesday, Jul 23 2014 09:00 AM

Selecting a Distance Learning MBA or Masters Program

Fortunately for these non-traditional students, a non-traditional learning format is easily accessible. Distance learning programs, which allow students to pursue studies outside the classroom, are readily available from many traditional universities as well as some schools dedicated solely to online coursework.
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Wednesday, Jul 16 2014 11:00 AM

A Snap Shot of Today’s Distance-Learning Student

Whether they are pursuing a bachelor’s or a master’s degree, “typical” distance-learning students are similar to traditional students in their desire to improve themselves and their career opportunities – and online programs are making it possible.
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Wednesday, Jul 09 2014 11:00 AM

Recent Studies Explore Distance Learning Course Enrollment and Popularity

The Plains Region boasts the highest percentage (23%) of total online students, followed by the Southwest (20%) and the Rocky Mountains (18.3%). At the other end of the scale are the Mid East (7.9%), New England (7.4%) and Far West (7%)
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Wednesday, Jul 09 2014 09:00 AM

5 Popular Undergraduate Degrees Adults Can Earn Online

The accessibility of high-speed Internet and availability of online programs has given working adults greater opportunities to advance their educations in a wide variety of fields. And online instruction means you can still manage home, job and family responsibilities while pursuing your bachelor’s degree.
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Tuesday, Jul 08 2014 11:00 AM

Online Education & Distance Learning Articles, Tips, Guides for Online Students

Web-based classes are increasingly common, so online education articles and distance learning guides are now an important part of the U.S. News University Directory resource center. Advice on picking the right program, tips about how to succeed in an online classroom and announcements from leaders in the field – it’s all here. Take advantage of these valuable distance learning articles now!