It’s Never Too Late to Earn Your High School Diploma. August kicked off back to school season, which means students are gathering their supplies and heading off to start a new school year. Kids and young adults aren’t the only ones with school on their minds. Right now, Loveland Public Library has an exciting opportunity for adults wanting to earn their high school diploma.
Beaver, WV (WOAY) – Students can register for fall classes at New River Community and Technical College (CTC) with Rolling Start Options starting September 26. The Rolling Start option offer students additional flexibility when scheduling class start dates. Students can apply through December 9. Rolling Start course offerings provide...
During the pandemic, colleges shifted their courses online to protect the health of students, faculty, and staff. As restrictions began to lift, some students stayed online out of choice. Data from the National Center for Education Statistics noted that more than 30 percent of postsecondary students changed their classes from in-person to online in fall 2021. Now that COVID-19 is under control, you may be ready to shift back to campus—or you may not. Both learning formats have their benefits. Before you make your choice, consider what fits your life now and in the future.
The Kernville Union School District is launching free online classes for parents. The four-week courses, offered through Fresno State University and funded with a state grant, are designed to help parents improve their computer and financial skills and social and emotional wellness, assistant superintendent Marie Sampson told the Kern Valley Sun.
Best online school for a returning student looking to finish bachelor's in some kind of writing program?
I've made the decision to return to school after a several years long hiatus. I was formerly enrolled at UNM taking classes at a satellite school, then they transformed it into a two-year school and I was forced to take classes online, It was discouraging. This and some personal issues is what led to my dropping out. I'd like to re-enroll now, I'm not as apprehensive to take online classes anymore, especially considering how the pandemic has changed the online schooling landscape. Id like to continue studying writing in some form or another, I believe UNM has a creative writing program, but I'm not sure about how accessible it is online. However, I think it's equally important to choose a school that has a comprehensive, well established online program in general. Anyone have suggestions? Experiences? submitted by /u/Eric_in_America [link] [comments]