Congress rejected grant, but free onl...

Congress rejected grant, but free online courses growing

There are 1 comment on the USA Today story from Apr 28, 2010, titled Congress rejected grant, but free online courses growing. In it, USA Today reports that:

Online education is a growing industry in the United States with estimated revenues of $12 billion at a dozen or so for-profit companies that provide primarily online learning.

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Chris

West Palm Beach, FL

#1 Apr 28, 2010
The other alternative is to go find scholarships to pay for your schooling. They are out there, you just need to find them.

http://www.collegesanduniversities.biz/

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