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Are online degrees as valuable as traditional college diplomas?

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Millennials are the first generation to grow up with constant technology and personal computers. That might explain why they see such a value in online education, Takepart.com reports. A recent poll by Northeastern University showed that 18 to 29 year olds had a more negative view about attending college because of the high cost, and a more positive opinion about online classes than their older counterparts. The survey also showed more than half of the millennials had taken an online course. Online education is attracting hundreds of thousands of students a year. Perhaps this is why more brick-and-mortar universities are searching for an online identity…

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