Technology improves online course popularity

10/30/2007 | Christian Science Monitor, The · NYTimes.com

New technology is transforming once staid online classes. In the fall of 2006, 3.5 million students were taking online classes and while much of the growth is at the college level, nearly half of high school students and about a third of middle school students are interested in enrolling in courses online that are not offered in their own schools.

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