The latest news on online education
More universities make free courses available as part of public-service mission.
Gilbert Strang’s Linear Algebra video has gone viral.
Project Working Mom 2010 funds parents’ further education.
Software and devices like the iPad might help students, but debate rages on how to use the technology.
H1N1 flu preparations and a souring economy help boost online education.
A new online curriculum is in the works to ease school transitions for itinerant members' children.
Online programs, three-year bachelor's degrees, and community colleges offer options in higher ed.
The first online school for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender students might open next year.
New Web sites make it possible for students to research how much education a school really offers.
Will the president's plan to invest in community colleges help more people get degrees?