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Joy Pullmann of the Federalist ponders a predicament for public school students trapped in ineffective online learning situations.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist ponders a predicament for public school students trapped in ineffective online learning situations.
 
Accreditation agencies have the responsibility of judging whether colleges are offering students a quality education.
 
The abrupt switch to online classes was shocking for tens of thousands of students and professors across the country.
 
Though college leaders had the summer to plan for students to return to campus, the fall 2020 semester has arrived as a bust.
Though college leaders had the summer to plan for students to return to campus, the fall 2020 semester has arrived as a bust.
 
The spring semester saw college campuses close and rush to remote instruction.
 
Beaufort County Community College will only conduct online instruction only for its summer classes 2020.
 
K-12 schools in North Carolina are currently shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but they are not the only educational institutions that are being rocked by the virus.
K-12 schools in North Carolina are currently shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but they are not the only educational institutions that are being rocked by the virus.
 
Beaufort County Community College is postponing its scheduled May 15, 2020, graduation ceremony until a later date.
 
New website provides information for ECU admitted students
 
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
 
In the span of a few days, coronavirus has upended American higher education.
 
An array of degrees, diplomas and certificates are available for students who live far from the Beaufort County Community College campus or would like to pursue a degree while continuing to work at their current job
An array of degrees, diplomas and certificates are available for students who live far from the Beaufort County Community College campus or would like to pursue a degree while continuing to work at their current job
 
Information technology has disrupted so many industries and human activities that everyone expected it would disrupt education as well.
Information technology has disrupted so many industries and human activities that everyone expected it would disrupt education as well.
 
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