College Dropouts Earn Associate Degrees Without Realizing It – WSJ.com
Travis Turauski, a 34-year-old commercial roofer in Wisconsin, received a letter last year that offered him an incredible-sounding deal—an associate degree without having to crack open another book. Videos: Innovation in Education Teacher’s Top Five Tech Tips A High School Without Textbooks Can Games Help Improve Education?
Journal Report Insights from The Experts Read more at WSJ.com/LeadershipReport Unleashing Innovation: Education A Report Card on Massive Online Courses What ‘Angry Birds’ Can Teach Students A Look at College of the Future Read More from the Education Report “At first I didn’t know if it was real or whatever,” says Mr. Turauski. “You get a lot of junk mail these days.”