The staff and leadership of WiredAcademic strive to bring solid, independent analysis and reporting to the burgeoning online education industry. This news and thought center aims to scrutinize all aspects of the growing industry in a way that brings more transparency, knowledge and quality to all participants from educators, administrators, investors and, most important, students. We see technology as a major driver for positive change in education worldwide. We see For-Profit colleges and high schools have potential to bring greater efficiency to education worldwide. But we believe that positive change also depends on ethical practices within online education. Our management and editorial team includes seasoned journalists and academic officials to report, filter, edit, research and produce timely and accurate information about the online education sector.
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