"Think of the implications here if online education has stopped growing in U.S. higher education," Hill wrote. "Many of the assumptions underlying institutional strategic plans and ed-tech vendor market data are based on continued growth in online learning. It is possible that there will be market changes leading back to year-over-year growth, but for now the assumptions might be wrong."
The federal government data on students taking distance education courses only goes back to the fall of 2012, meaning the release of the fall 2013 data is the first time year-over-year comparisons have been possible. Source: Inside Higher Ed
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