- Louisiana Tech will offer online MBA Updated: Mar-09-14 1:06 pm
- Maine governor vetoes virtual charter school bill Updated: Mar-06-14 5:49 pm
- Survey: Cost a growing factor in college decisions Updated: Mar-06-14 2:29 pm
- University launches facility for transfer students Updated: Mar-04-14 4:10 am
- La. Tech announces online MBA degree Updated: Mar-03-14 11:10 am
- Carroll Co. school tries flipped classrooms Updated: Mar-02-14 10:42 am
- Jeff Davis schools get fed for distance learning Updated: Mar-02-14 9:19 am
- Audit: Utah's online schools receive lax oversight Updated: Feb-27-14 3:43 pm
- Lessons on salt for dietitians ... by a chip maker Updated: Feb-26-14 11:05 am
- Educators aim to set underwater record Updated: Feb-22-14 1:58 am
- Grant aimed at improving W.Va. online teaching Updated: Feb-18-14 3:04 am
- New England slow to adopt virtual schools Updated: Feb-16-14 3:41 pm
- Ala. bill would allow out of state online courses Updated: Feb-16-14 3:16 pm
- Georgia students turn work in online during storm Updated: Feb-16-14 2:25 pm
- Data shows fewer poor W.Va. students take AP exam Updated: Feb-15-14 11:13 am
- Maine panel OKs ban on virtual charter schools Updated: Feb-12-14 5:07 pm
- U. Michigan leads Islamic studies virtual program Updated: Feb-12-14 4:06 am
- Iowa lags behind other states in AP test scores Updated: Feb-11-14 11:16 am
- Students benefit from online tutoring program Updated: Feb-10-14 8:19 am
RUSTON, Louisiana - Louisiana Tech University's College of Business has developed and is accepting applications for its new online master of business administration degree which will begin this fall.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Republican Gov. Paul LePage vetoed a bill on Thursday that would direct the state to work toward creating a state-run virtual charter academy, citing concerns with part of the proposal that places a moratorium on cyber schools until next year.
SAN FRANCISCO - A new survey of the nation's college freshmen has found that the percentage attending their first-choice school has reached its lowest level in almost four decades, as cost and the availability of financial aid have come to play an influential role in decisions of where to enroll.
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - The University of Kentucky Transfer Center is opening the doors to its new facility to students, faculty, staff and administrators on Tuesday.
RUSTON, Louisiana - Louisiana Tech University's College of Business has developed and is accepting applications for its new online master of business administration degree program, which will begin in the fall.
ELDERSBURG, Maryland - Taylor Jones is enjoying the new way she's learning math.
CARSON, Mississippi - A rural school district in south Mississippi is getting federal money for video conferencing to help students learn from teachers in other places.
SALT LAKE CITY - Utah schools that hire companies to lure students to their online programs have little to do with those students once parents sign them up, according to a new audit from the Utah State Office of Education.
HOUSTON - Snack and soda makers that often are blamed for fueling the nation's obesity rates also play a role in educating the dietitians who advise Americans on healthy eating.
KEY LARGO, Florida - On July 14, 1992, aquanaut Richard Presley surfaced from a lagoon in Key Largo, ecstatic to see "the colors, the sun and all these palm trees" after 69 days and 19 minutes of living in the sea.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - More than $28,000 in grant money will provide training opportunities for faculty members at West Virginia colleges and universities to improve the quality of online courses.
BOSTON - While hundreds of thousands of students across the country attend virtual public schools, New England has been slow to adopt the high-tech education model as states weigh how to manage the schools and judge their performance.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama lawmakers are considering legislation to allow the state's colleges and universities participate in reciprocal online course offerings with schools in other states.
GAINESVILLE, Georgia - When snow and freezing rain prompted the closure of schools throughout the state, students in Gainesville kept up with their assignments online.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - The number of students taking Advanced Placement courses across the nation has nearly doubled over the last decade. While the number of low-income students has more than quadrupled, a recent report from the College Board indicates West Virginia is still behind when it comes to making sure low-income students have access to these rigorous classes.
AUGUSTA, Maine - A Maine legislative committee has approved a bill that would ban virtual charter schools while the state works on offering online learning resources to all students by the fall.
ANN ARBOR, Michigan - University of Michigan is leading a distance-learning program focusing on Islamic studies that includes other Big Ten schools and the University of Chicago.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa's high school seniors are lagging behind students in other states when it comes to getting passing scores on Advanced Placement exams, according to a new report released Tuesday by the College Board.
THIBODAUX, Louisiana - College and middle-school students are benefiting from Nicholls State University's online tutoring program.