Professors collect big bucks for online classes

The University of Iowa has capped the number of online students and courses that faculty members can teach after discovering a handful of professors received hefty bonuses for teaching up to three times more classes than their regular loads, reports the Des Moines Register. Demand for online instruction is growing, leaving universities across the country to wrestle with the issue of how to staff the courses and how to pay

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