THE RISE OF ONLINE EDUCATION

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David Miller
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THE RISE OF ONLINE EDUCATION

 

jose milan
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ONLINE EDUCATION

Students like online classes due to their flexibility and convenience. But not all students do well in these courses; the statistics indicate that online classes have a much higher dropout rate compared to traditional face-to-face classes. The attrition rates in online courses tend to be 10 to 20 percent higher than in face-to-face classes. While there are some personal factors that could influence a student’s decision to drop out, many of the factors are related to institutional and course level support—and these barriers can be addressed with thoughtful planning and implementation. 70-341 dumps 

Brian Infante
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Very easy to learn

There are many students who have ability to learn online courses that can help them to increase their research and knowledge of their favorite subject. When Dissertation Writing is not easy to write they consult online.