By offering a flexible blend of face-to-face, online, and telepresence instruction, a Georgia school is making its programs available to rural students on their terms.
With an emphasis on flexibility and convenience, an innovative Georgia program is giving rural students—often working adults—new opportunities to pursue the jobs skills needed in today's economy. The initiative, known as BlendFlex, is the brainchild of Central Georgia Technical College, which received a four-year government grant
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