Online-instruction leader to make key changes
Facing intense scrutiny of its recruitment processes, the University of Phoenix will change how it enrolls students in its face-to-face and online college classes
From staff and wire reportsRead more by Denny Carter
In a move that might trickle down to the rest of the for-profit education market, the University of Phoenix—the nation’s largest provider of online college classes—says it will offer new students a free, three-week trial program to see if they are ready for its curricula and for online instruction in an effort to weed out those at risk of leaving school before earning a degree. Read more with registration.