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Charter College Introduces Blended Learning – the Future of Post-Secondary Education.

(Reno, NV) – Charter College has launched a campus with an innovative new curriculum model that combines a hands-on classroom experience with online education. Charter College College Fife in Washington State, use Blended Learning for all of their programs.  

With Charter College Blended Learning, students spend part of their time on campus, saving daily travel time and expenses and providing the flexibility to work and manage family life while attending school. The rest of their studies are completed online anywhere, anytime.

The Blended Learning model has been proven to be the most effective way for students to learn. A U.S. Department of Education study found that students who had a blended curriculum performed better than students in traditional settings.1

Prospect Education LLC, President Mike Dawson believes Charter College Blended Learning has the capacity to meet the needs of a much broader group of students than the traditional education model. "Because students are not required to be on campus every day, a student can attend full time and continue to work," says Dawson. "They can care for young children or an aging parent. They just have a lot more flexibility to work their education around their life and they don't have to sacrifice that hands-on experience."

Because of the proven effectiveness and the additional flexibility blended learning offers non-traditional students, Charter College is looking at bringing it to other campuses beyond Fife.

1 Inside Higher Ed website, “The Evidence on Online Education,” Scott Jasik, retrieved Feb. 5, 2013, http://tinyurl.com/cxqo9ez