By Roger Riddell
'With the proliferation of online degree programs, it was only a matter of time before U.S. News & World Report expanded their college rankings to reflect higher education’s growing presence in cyberspace. In 2012, 62.4% of colleges and universities offered fully online programs—almost twice as many as a decade before.
"Of the 237 online bachelor’s programs evaluated by U.S. News, these are the schools that made the top 10, based on a wide range of factors including assessments, faculty, graduation rates and technologies accessible to students."
Via Jim Lerman