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Online education companies and schools are improving their online education programs, according to an online education industry trade group.
WoundedSWEST, a nonprofit that promotes online education as a viable alternative to traditional public schools, said online education providers like Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are also leading the way.
In a statement, WoundedSWest called online education a “transformational industry,” but stressed that “online education is still a nascent and evolving industry.”
WoundedSwES is a nonprofit group that provides advice, guidance and training to online education and training providers. “
This is a time for innovation and for change.”
WoundedSwES is a nonprofit group that provides advice, guidance and training to online education and training providers.
It’s also an affiliate of the U.S. Digital Service.
WoundingSWEST and WoundedswEST also are part of the International Association of Online Education Professionals, which is made up of online education giants like Amazon and Microsoft.
“It’s an exciting time,” said Brian Karp, a managing director at Wounded SwEST.
“In the last decade or so, our industry has grown by leaps and bounds.
This is just the beginning.”
Wounding SWEST, which represents online education players such as Google, Amazon and Apple, said it expects that online education will be a $2 trillion industry by 2030, and will have the largest market share of all the types of businesses in 2020.
It’s a lot of money, but it’s still not that big.
In fact, it’s less than 1 percent of the entire U.N. economic output, said WoundingSWES President and COO Ryan O’Brien.
WoundSWEST’s report comes just weeks after a number of high-profile companies have announced their plans to offer online education services to students.
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