California’s All-Online College Could Teach Millions

Eloy Oakley has been tasked with an enormous assignment. The chancellor of the California Community College System — which oversees 2.1 million students, or about one-fourth of the nation’s community college students — has been asked to build a fully online college that is infinitely scalable and reimagines the current model of higher education.

If it is approved and funded as expected, this community college will be “one of the most significant online, technology-enhanced learning enterprises humans have ever constructed,” Michael Crow, president of Arizona State University, said Monday at the ASU+GSV Summit in San Diego.

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