Online learning hasn't lived up to its promise—yet. "Just the classroom delivered over a wire," as too many institutions approach online education, is squandered technology, a wasted opportunity, according to WGU President Bob Mendenhall. Earlier this month, Bob was part of a panel discussion, hosted by The New York Times

For students who have, or are about to obtain their online information technology degree , getting that first job requires a little more than an excellent resume and high grade point average. As the old adage goes, "it's all about who you know," and having a few connections at your

Join us to celebrate the 227th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution the week of Constitution Day 2014 with a series of free WGU webinars. From Monday, September 15, to Thursday, September 18, we will mark Constitution Day, which takes place on September 17, with online discussions on the topics listed

For teachers, professional development is part of the continual process of becoming a better educator. However, the idea of professional development is somewhat outdated, which is why many school districts are implementing a system of professional learning . Though it might seem like a mere shift in language, the ideology

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