Embry-Riddle Opens Online Access to For-Credit Courses for Arizona and Florida High School Students

One of the country’s largest online universities has opened up some of their courses for high school students to take at no cost. On March 23, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University announced it had made a number of online for-credit courses available to high schoolers in Arizona and Florida, two states where it maintains brick-and-mortar campuses.

K-12 schools are currently closed in Arizona and Florida. Some speculate that closures for certain districts (not necessarily in Florida and Arizona) will last throughout the rest of the school year. While many instructors are scrambling to maintain instructional continuity, Embry-Riddle has decided to turn the current crisis into an opportunity.

Embry-Riddle Will Allow Florida and Arizona High Schoolers to Take Online For-Credit Courses via Dual Enrollment

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