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January 12, 2018

Just Released: Babson Survey Research Group Distance Education Annual Report

While higher education focused, there are lots of useful details in here for the K-12 environment.

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New Study: Distance Education Up, Overall Enrollments Down
A new report, Grade Increase: Tracking Distance Education in the United States, by the Babson Survey Research Group reveals distance student enrollments have increased for the fourteenth straight year in 2016.
The survey reveals the most recent gain translates to over thirty percent of higher education students taking at least one distance education course. Growth, however, was uneven; public institutions grew by 7.3 percent, private non-profit institutions by 7.1 percent, while private for-profit institutions had their distance enrollments decline by 4.5 percent.
Download these and other findings in the report published today.
Babson Annual Report - Grade Increase - Tracking Distance Education in the United States
This is the 14th annual report of the state of online learning in U.S. Higher education. The Survey, conducted by the Babson Survey Research Group and co-sponsored by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), Pearson, and Tyton Partners, is the leading barometer of online learning in the United States.

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