reports that a new report finds that approximately one in six students--about 3.2 million people--took at least one online course last fall. This development defies predictions that online learning growth was leveling off. The report, released by the Sloan Consortium--a group of colleges pursuing online programs--estimates that 850,000 more students took online classes in the fall of 2005 than in the previous year. This represents a nearly 40 percent increase. The previous year, the group had reported that the online learning trend had its peak......

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