After a staggering am0unt of backlash, Minnesota has reversed course on the decision to ban Coursera. This comes after the Minnesota Office of Higher Education said Friday that it’d start demanding registration and fees from schools offering noncredit courses through Coursera.
In short, Minnesota now says it’s not taking the tough stance it originally planned. That’s based on recent communication by Lawrence Pogemiller, Director of the Office of Higher Education.
“Obviously, our office encourages lifelong learning and wants Minnesotans to take advantage of educational materials available on the Internet, particularly if they’re free,” he said in a written statement. “No
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