Online college courses, while extolled for their convenience, accessibility, and low cost, demand more of students who go the nontraditional route, according to findings in a recently released study.
[caption id="attachment_58945" align="alignleft" width="150"] Three in four students say they're satisfied with online education.[/caption]
Six in 10 community college students who responded to a survey conducted by the nonprofit Public Agenda said web-based classes require more discipline than simply attending an in-person class. One in 10 said web-based classes require less discipline than in-person classes.
That's reflected in the 38 percent of student...