This fall, many state colleges and universities will start using a pilot program that is intended to increase the number of graduates. University of Tennessee and Tennessee Board of Regents schools are partnering with Coursera to offer more online courses. They’ll cost the same as other classes and will be available only to those enrolled in the schools. The program will last for 18 months and will then be evaluated. Board of Regents Chancellor John Morgan says less than 35% of adult Tennesseans have postsecondary degrees. Governor Bill Haslam wants that number up to 55% in the next 10 years.
Pilot Program To Offer More Online Courses Begins This Fall In Tennessee
By Chrissy Keuper • May 30, 2013