Can All Courses Be Effectively Taught/Learned Online?

| February 28, 2019

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Education has been stressed upon, in many quarters, as a means to an end. Education is also said to make the difference with regards to career development just take a look at the impact of education, below, based on government statistics.The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the pay gap between those with a four-year degree and those with a high-school degree is at a record high. Four-year college degree holders earn a median weekly salary of $1,137, while employees with a high-school degree earn an average of $678. This can result in a discrepancy of more than $1 million over the course of a lifetime.

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