Nineteen Percent of Berkeley College Undergraduates and 95 Percent of Graduates Pursue Degrees Online; Read about Students and Student-Veterans Advancing their Careers /EIN News/ -- New York, NY, Nov. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Share the News: @BerkeleyCollege @USDLA #NDLW #NewsBerkeley As Berkeley College celebrates National Distance Learning Week (NDLW) November 5 to November 9, 2018, in accordance with the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA), it recognizes the growth in online learning Berkeley College has experienced over the past 20 years. During the fall 2018 semester, 45 percent of Berkeley College undergraduates are enrolled in at least one online class. Nineteen percent of Berkeley College undergraduates and 95 percent of the graduate students are earning their degrees online. For the past five years, 2014-2018, Berkeley College has been cited by U.S News & World Report for Best Online Bachelor’s Programs and Best Online … [Read more...] about National Distance Learning Week at Berkeley College Recognizes 20 Years of Innovation and Growth in Online Education
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HARTFORD, Conn. >> A high school student has designed an online resource to help immigrant children and teenagers learn how to prepare for the possible deportations of parents or guardians. ASSOCIATED PRESS Jody Bell, left, a rising senior at Greenwich High School, poses for a photo in Greenwich, Conn. Bell, 16, designed an online resource to help immigrant children prepare for the possible deportation of their parent or guardian.ASSOCIATED PRESS Jody Bell, left, a rising senior at Greenwich High School, sits with her mother Deena Merlen in Greenwich, Conn. Bell, 16, designed an online resource to help immigrant children prepare for the possible deportation of their parent or guardian. HARTFORD, Conn. >> A high school student has designed an online resource to help immigrant children and teenagers learn how to prepare for the possible deportations of parents or guardians. Sixteen-year-old Jody Bell, who will be a senior this fall at Greenwich High School, … [Read more...] about 16-year-old teen creates website giving children answers on deportation
Amelia Ferrell Knisely Nashville Tennessean Published 12:00 p.m. UTC Jul 13, 2018 A marine biology trip in the Florida Keys. Personal training sessions with a former NFL player. Private tutoring to boost ACT scores. A weekly commitment to a nonprofit that helps vulnerable kids. An online architecture course with some of the country’s highest achieving students. Williamson County students are busy this summer. The courses, tutoring, coaching sessions, athletic camps and volunteer work are what the teens believe will get them into some of the county’s best colleges. And when an Ivy League education is the goal, summers are not a break from academia. Many parents are paying thousands of dollars in the hope that the summer activities will make their child's resume stand out to an admissions officer. Sara Davis, a rising senior at Franklin High School, has set her sights on Harvard, the University of Southern California, Vanderbilt and Belmont. This … [Read more...] about What break? Many Williamson students spend summer padding college applications
ONONDAGA, N.Y. — Onondaga Community College (OCC) has added three majors to its weekend-college program. When first announced in May, OCC indicated that the school would offer a business administration degree program in the weekend-college program. In addition to business administration, OCC has added associate-degree programs in criminal justice, early childhood education, and alcohol & substance-abuse counseling, the school said in a news release. The business-administration program is a 12-month program. The criminal justice, early childhood education, alcohol & substance-abuse counseling degree programs are 14-and-a-half month programs, OCC said. OCC describes weekend college as an “accelerated program” that will give students the chance to “earn a two-year associate degree in just one year,” according to a May 9 news release. OCC will hold weekend college classes Friday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Saturday’s from 9 a.m. to 1 … [Read more...] about OCC weekend-college program adds three majors
Arizona Republic Published 1:47 p.m. UTC Jun 18, 2018 Good morning, Arizona! Here is what you need to know to start your day. Eastbound Interstate 10 at 51st Avenue is closed because of a fatal accident. There is no expected time for it to open. Dwight Jones went on a killing spree years after a drawn-out divorce case. But how often does that happen? Data shows that the Prescott VA nursing home is ranked near the bottom nationally. On Sunday, a rally for migrants was held at a central Phoenix church before supporters started marching to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters. Today, the Valley can expect a sunny day with temperatures set to reach a high of 95 degrees and a low of 71 degrees. MESA PLANS LOCALLY-SOURCES RESTAURANT, FARMERS MARKET TO COMBAT FOOD DESERT Mesa is planning a locally-sourced restaurant in the historic Sirrine house and a city farmers market in an attempt to relieve downtown of its designation title as a food desert. The … [Read more...] about AZ Memo: I-10 closed; Mesa plans to combat food desert; Where’s Ducey’s ‘free college for teachers’ plan?