Many students seek brain education because they want to better their chances of finding a job that can be both personally and financially rewarding. As a result, more schools are offering online education programs in order to reach people who may not otherwise be able to attend an institution in their area.
Anthem College Online, which is based in Phoenix, Arizona, recently received approval from the Illinois Board of Education to enroll students who are based in the state.
School officials were happy with this passing, as it will allow Anthem to spread its lessons to students across the country who are interested in pursuing an education. As online education programs become more mainstream, a growing number of people are growing interested in the virtual curriculum because it provides freedom for those with busy schedules.
"This is very good news for us, and we believe, for Illinois students," said Darcy Richardson, the online division president for Anthem College. "Students in Illinois now have another college choice, and at a time when more are turning to online learning more than ever before."