The Evolution of the Modern Day Classroom Infographic

The Evolution of the Modern Day Classroom Infographic
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There was a time in the not-too-distant past when young adults completed high school, moved swiftly into a job or trade apprenticeship, started a family, or – entered a four-year traditional university to work toward their college degree. Enter the modern age, where higher education has received a much needed facelift. The Evolution of the Modern Day Classroom Infographic explores the benefits of the modern day classroom and presents interestings facts and stats!

The Modern Day Classroom by the Numbers

There are currently 2.6 million students pursuing an online degree. Of these millions of learners, 56% are employed full-time, and 16% are employed part-time. These nontraditional students take their education seriously, enjoy lower education-related debts than traditional students, and can continue to advance their careers – all thanks to the modern evolution of higher education. In addition to online learning options, some of the most advanced schools, likeBrandman University, offer blended programs that combine face-to-face instruction with virtual learning to accommodate to the schedules of busy adult students.

For more information dowload the Modern Day Classroom e-book and discover how you can receive the credibility and in-person learning opportunities of a traditional classroom, while benefiting from the flexibility of an online degree program. Most importantly, learn how you can earn your degree and advance your career without putting your life on hold.

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