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Aug 06, 2012


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Richard H

Good thing they're getting the best teachers available for everyone so they can get the rest of us lowly peons out of the way. Gotta save those students!

Michael W Kruse

I know many publishers now offer the majority of their content free. About 95% of users pay nothing. But 5% pay for premium services above the general offerings. I wonder if higher Ed could go a similar direction with basic classes being virtually free but paying a premium for one-on-one mentorship with a an expert.

Clark Cowden

Wow. This is amazing.

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