Can Online Higher Education Replace Traditional College?

Posted on November 13, 2018

“Online education is becoming more easily accessible in our modern society. Given the widespread acceptance and access to the internet and the increasing use of computer-based learning in primary and secondary schools, it’s not surprising that online learning is gaining acceptance. But will online higher education ever really replace traditional college?”

Report Advocates 5 Models for the Future of Public Higher Education

Posted on October 31, 2018

“Since the high point of the Great Recession in 2008, net tuition revenue per full-time student has increased almost 38 percent. This shift in who pays for college has resulted in an increased need for colleges to show a demonstrated return on investment, according to a report from Deloitte Insights and the Georgia Tech Center for 21st Century Universities. ”


JENKINS: Five questions about free college

Posted on October 25, 2018

“Free college” has become a rallying cry for politicians across the country — and not just on the left. Our relatively conservative neighbor, Tennessee, was among the first to implement such a program, with seemingly promising results.

Other states, however, have been less fortunate. Oregon had to cut back its funding for the program due to financial problems, while Maryland reports that outcomes aren’t yet clear.

Before this idea of “free college” takes hold in Georgia, perhaps we ought to be asking ourselves some serious questions.”