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The demand for online education continues to rise



Online education is increasing dramatically in recent years. Comprehensive courses continue to be outnumbered by practical courses, but the number of distance courses offered is constantly increasing. The largest number of online school hires occurs at the college and university level, primarily because working and homeschooled adults have shown a keen interest in learning and development in order to advance their careers. This is due to the tremendous flexibility and simplicity of studying through online channels.



Research carried out by the National Center for Educational Statistics


A study by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) says that the number of students enrolled in at least one online course rose convincingly between 2002 and 2006, from 1.1 million to 12.2 million, and the growth exploded. does not appear to be decreasing. Research firm Ambient Institute firmly believes that the number will rise to 22 million in the next five years. By the end of 2014, this research firm expects to increase the number of students who completed all of its courses online to 3.55 million, while the number of students who completed all of their courses in campus classrooms will decline to 5.14 million. .


Research conducted by the Sloan Consortium


Another online distance learning institute, the Sloan Consortium, has conducted research and found that online college placements have grown faster than the total number of college students. This concludes that many students are generating a benefit from e-learning alternatives in their institutions, particularly in open two-year universities and other schools that offer associate degree courses.


The Sloan Consortium also investigated that 66% of postsecondary schools and colleges saw an increase in requirements for online courses and 73% sa

.w an increase in requirements for existing online courses. On the other hand, the demand for classes on campus has dropped dramatically to 54 percent.


The future of online education


The Sloan Consortium investigated and concluded that 69% of academic leaders believe that student demand for online learning continues to increase while the level of rapid growth that has occurred over the past ten years has begun to decline. The details show that the 20% compound annual increase is indisputable. Most of the organizations that plan to offer distance education are already doing well and the change is coming to an end.


This does not mean that the future is not bright for online education. Post-secondary schools and colleges offering online courses expect their enrollment numbers to increase by 83% next year, which can be seen primarily in psychology, social sciences, and liberal arts.


So the future predicts that "online education will be the future of education."

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