September 24, 2021

Between 2002 and 2010, the number of students enrolled in online courses throughout the U.S. grew 283 percent — from 1.6 million to 6.1 million


The number of students in the United States enrolled in at least one online course has increased faster than overall enrollment growth in higher education, a new report from the state Comptroller’s office shows.

The report, released today by the Comptroller’s Offices of Research and Education Accountability (OREA), found that between 2002 and 2010, the number of students enrolled in online courses throughout the U.S. grew 283 percent — from 1.6 million to 6.1 million. Nearly one-third of all higher education students took at least one course online in 2011.


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Interesting 09′ EDU poll results being completely ignored by those who commissioned it.

Americans for Democratic Action conducted a poll regarding for profit education, here is some info on them:

ADA was founded by Eleanor Roosevelt, John Kenneth Galbraith, Walter Reuther, Arthur Schlesinger, and Reinhold Niebuhr shortly after FDR died.  Its goal then?  To keep the New Deal dream–its vision and its values of an America that works fairly for all–alive for generations to come.

With the election of Barack Obama, the moment to realize so many elements of that long-deferred dream has come – and ADA is key player in making the dream come true, working with the White House, Congress, and allied groups in Washington even as it builds and mobilizes its grassroots network across the country.

Are we effective?

You might ask one of our recent presidents such as Barney Frank, John Lewis, Jim McDermott, or Charles Rangel; they certainly think so.  The great liberal lion, Senator Edward Kennedy, credited us as the group behind passage of the latest increase in America’s minimum wage. 

Interesting that while their own poll resultsshowed overwhelming support for the for profit edu industry,  we all saw Barney Frank lead a one sided bash of the for for profits during his Senate testimony

View the poll reults for yourself here: 

Here are some of the findings:

  • The public does not buy arguments that for-profit colleges and universities exploit their
    students. Instead, they believe these institutions play a powerful role in making a
    college education more accessible to non-traditional and underserved students.
  • Americans Want to Expand, NOT Restrict the Growth of For-Profit Colleges and Universities
    While some in Washington move to restrict the number of students for-profit institutions of
    higher learning can serve, Americans disagree.
  • Voters support allowing for-profit colleges and universities to expand their reach and
    serve more students. They soundly reject the notion that these schools should be
    stopped and that their growth should be hindered, and many are willing to make it a
    voting issue.

Clearly the democrats don’t want to make it a voting issues as they they know they will loose, instead they want to change what ever they can without public approval… what ever happened to government of the people for the people…

Republican however have tried to stop the democratic blitz on the for profit education industry and have agreed with the people, and the surveys overall result:

In sum, Americans realize, now more than ever, the need to allow for-profit colleges and
universities to expand the number of students they can serve. These students need more
flexibility and deserve every opportunity that others receive to earn their college degree and
reach the American Dream, especially as President Obama calls on more and more Americans
to earn their degree and make America the leader in higher education. Americans do not buy
the attacks that for-profit colleges and universities cost too much and should not make a profit,
provide a lower quality of education, or exploit their students. Those who stand in the way or
seek to restrict this growth misread the public and risk their own standing with voters.