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A new university bets on a hybrid online-learning model

17
Jan
2014

Minerva Schools of KGI, a radically experimental university in San Francisco, is sifting through applications for its first class, starting this fall. The school is an alliance between Minerva Project, a venture-backed for-profit company, and Keck Graduate Institute, one of California’s Claremont colleges. In California, a high-profile program run by San Jose State University and startup Coursera, was suspended after officials found that failure rates for online students were much higher than for traditional learners.

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