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It's surprising that not-for-profit institutions who are suffering from the general financial malaise that has permeated all spheres of society, do not seize upon the potential for online learning to expand their market share. While education "traditionalists" may deride the for-profits (some with reason), they may better put their intellects, resources, and energies toward expanding online programs at their respective institutions and, in so doing, lend their academic brands toward the survival of their institutions.

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I think it is about time that secondary schools invest fully in the Career and Technical Education Model in order to train workers to be ready for the 21st Century world.

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