More faculty protest growth of online courses

Opposition is growing among faculty members from several universities against schools' partnerships with outside vendors to provide online education. Concerns over educational quality and job security are among those leading professors at schools, such as San Jose University and Duke University, to write open letters voicing their opinions. In some cases, faculty members have been careful to say they do not object to online learning, but they want to be more involved in its overall development.

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