Three in four online students said this week in a national survey that they were satisfied with their college experience, though the quality of online instruction is a lingering concern.
[caption id="attachment_58639" align="alignleft" width="150"] Instructional quality remains a concern in online classes.[/caption]
The 75 percent satisfaction rate among web-based students was markedly higher than the 55 percent rate among traditional campus-based students surveyed by Noel-Levitz, a higher education consulting firm that publishes the annual "National Online Learners Priorities Report."
The report gauges student perception of various kinds of post-secondary education, and...