After investing more than $10 million in an online program that has attracted only a few hundred students, University of Illinois trustees are considering whether to shut down the university's 2-year-old online campus, reports the Chicago Tribune. Global Campus started with high hopes: University leaders predicted it would attract 9,000 students within five years, most of them adult learners who could get low-cost degrees without leaving their homes. The goal was to become one of the largest public online universities in the country, offering a broader alternative to the online classes created by the university's three traditional campuses. Instead, Global...

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