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Is online education right for you?

As a student at the University of Delaware, Harrison Young had a lot on his plate. With a double major in economics, in addition to energy and environmental policy, Young was balancing a rigorous academic schedule against a busy life on campus. To offset some of the pressure,...
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Online Classes for K-12 Schools: What You Need to Know

Millions of K-12 students now spend time taking online classes. But what those experiences look like, the reasons such courses are offered, and the entities that provide them all vary tremendously. And despite the rapid proliferation of online courses, it’s still hard to pin down how many students...
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One-Year MBA Vs. Two-Year MBA: Which Should You Choose?

London Business School just redesigned its two-year MBA to include flexible exit points The one-year MBA format is on the rise. 74% of one-year MBA programs in Europe reported growing numbers of applications in 2016. INSEAD’s 10-month full-time MBA tops the Financial Times’ global MBA rankings. Value for...
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6 MBA-Level Classes You Can Take for Free

As a business owner, lacking the basic business know-how your typical MBA grad enjoys means that learning things from management to leadership to strategy comes largely by trial and error. Though many things in business are best learned by experience, there are some areas where having a few...
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Chatbots Will Soon Discuss Your Banking Info With You

Text a question like “What’s my credit card debt?” or “How much did I spend on gas this month?” and the friendly answer comes within seconds. “Let’s see,” it begins, before listing the requested information. This is a banking chatbot, a software program that understands and responds to...
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