Behold: A Virtual Course Without Online Ed's Huge Dropout RateChuck Eesley
Consider the dilemma facing those who want to continue their business education. You can either drop out of the workforce for a couple of years and get an MBA, or you can travel to a business school for a week or so at a time and pay a premium for an executive education program. For companies, this saps expertise and skills. On a personal level, few families can afford to give up the income, and getting an MBA may require moving closer to school, leaving family behind.
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