"We won't ever replace campus study in this country," he said. "It's just too entrenched and too useful. But that type of education will become the minority."
Michael Lambert, executive director of the Distance Education and Training Council, a nonprofit accreditation agency for online learning, said he expects the number of students taking cyber-courses to surpass those in traditional classrooms within the next decade.
- From the Los Angeles Times' "Getting an Education in Learning on the Internet."