When students understand what and why they are learning
A national shortage hits remote colleges often responsible for keeping their towns afloat
At least 25 miles from the nearest campus, they also don’t have internet speeds to study online
Federal E-rate money could bring these high-speed connections to rural schools, but funding is elusive
Some schools are wading deeper into more immersive online education, but experts urge caution
Fewer behavioral problems in class and fewer mental health referrals to outside agencies after using the program
Eclipsed by urban counterparts, rural nonwhites go to college at equally low rates
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The University of Maine at Presque Isle hopes new approach will produce more skilled workers for a struggling region
What will that future be like?