Do Students Pay More For Online College Courses? Survey Says… Sometimes
By Russell Poulin
As the price of attending college increases, questions arise. In the past year, Inside Higher Ed, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and a CNBC guest blog suggested that technologies could cut costs and, presumably, the price of college attendance. The two ex-Stanford professors’ creating free, massively-open courses has also raised additional questions about the economics of online education.
The biggest one always being, “Do online students pay more for their education?” The answer appears to be “Often, yes.”
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