Could ‘course sharing’ help HBCUs and other minority-serving colleges graduate more students?

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Seven colleges and universities with predominantly Black enrollments are betting that ‘course sharing’ will help more of their students graduate on time. Under a new arrangement, students at any one of the institutions will be able to take online classes offered by the others. The hope is that making more courses available to students will ease their path to graduation. No worries if the accounting course you need for your major has run out of seats, isn’t offered until the following semester, or conflicts with your work schedule — maybe there’s a course-share that fulfills the requirement.”

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