Staff editorial:It’s time GW finds its footing in online learning

Staff editorial:It’s time GW finds its footing in online learning Issue: April 24, 2016 | Opinions There’s a change in tide for higher education. The way students learn isn’t always in conventional, face-to-face classrooms anymore: More students are taking classes online, especially graduate students. Online learning will probably expand more at GW in a few short years. This fall, GW will reach 99.8 percent of its enrollment capacity. Because this capacity – 16,553 full-time students on campus – was determined as a part of the University’s 20-year agreement with D.C., the school can’t just build another residence hall. To continue enrolling more students and making more money from tuition, the University will need to move more of its programs online. Media Credit: Cartoon by Lauren Roll But GW is still…


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