The Coal Miner's Daughter: HDL On-Line

by Chris Cumo HARCOURT LEARNING DIRECT began in 1890, offering courses by mail to coal miners in Scranton, Pennsylvania who hoped to complete high school or train for management. Since then Harcourt has gone on-line, attracting students throughout the U.S. More than 11 million students have taken courses through Harcourt in programs that lead to Associate degrees in business management, accounting, computer repair, child care and the like. Students can complete a program in as little as six months, though they may take as long as two years. Because nearly all students enroll part-time, they usually need at least one year […]
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