Are the late Peter Drucker's ominous predictions about traditional higher education true? 

Peter Drucker is the father of modern management. He said 'brick and mortar' institutions are headed down the road to self-destruction. He also said that unless they are willing to undergo radical change, they will be obsolete in a generation, or totally extinct.  

In the past ten years this prediction has begun to unwind with ever increasing frequency. Cyber education, as he called it, has already overtaken the classroom as the most preferred education method among college students. The preference is a staggering seven out of ten. With the entrance of the two largest nations in the world, this is a 500 Billion dollar industry in the making. Not since the introduction of the blackboard in the middle ages has an education innovation been such a forced evolution in higher education. The entire industry from grade school to grad school is being impacted this revolution in education as it sweeps over the world. In its path, it has given rise to a new phenomena redesigned from a distance education model to an online model -- it is the rise of the degree mills, both unaccredited and accredited.

What makes a diploma mill?  
Dr. Fred DiUlus Knows!

College ratings and ranking in BEST WORST Online Degree Program Providers are not based on a school's looks, name, longevity, recruiting, retention factors or Public Relations. 

The eBook Five Point Rating System puts great emphasis where it belongs -- on a school's professors, their knowledge, credentials, experience, ability to teach, and a student's ability to learn.

WEB  Applications

Advanced WEB applications have changed the face of how we educate. The first Learner Management System platforms that delivered basic online education are already headed to the trash heap as online course development and delivery systems become easier to use, more sophisticated and classroom cloned experiences making the delivery and learning more enjoyable, easier, and exciting every day. 

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