Market ripe for "for-profits"?

A recent article in the Chronical addressed the growing online education market and the opportunity for for-profit institutions.

Analysts speaking at a conference on the business of higher education this week argued that the market for online learning, though often downplayed relative to other topics, is thriving and represents the future of for-profit education.

I would submit that given decreasing state and federal funding and the growing reliance on developing market smart services by non-profit institutions, the environment is evolving opportunites that are ripe for both sectors. The non-profits cannot ignore the methods which are enabling for-profits to succeeed.

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Ken is the Director of MIS and Instructional Technology at Plymouth State University where he enjoys the opportunity to work with energetic, intelligent, motivated, competent and caring colleagues to advance the integration of technology into the institutional academic and administrative environments in the effort to promote a more informed citizenry.