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On the 25th Anniversary of Internet, the Taylor Study Method Reports New Trends Indicating That Colleges Are Struggling to Compete

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The 25th anniversary of the internet was received with mixed feelings by colleges which are struggling to compete with online learning programs.

Since the invention of the World Wide Web over two decades ago, the amount of online learning programs has skyrocketed. As increasing numbers of students are choosing to pursue their education through the internet, colleges and universities are having to make huge cut-backs just keep going.

Community colleges have been hit particularly hard, with overall enrollment down in 2014 compared to other years, a trend the Washington Post says “underscore[s] a challenge for community college leaders across the country.”

While these trends have been greeted with dismay by college presidents and faculty, not everyone sees it as negative. In an interview today, Graham Taylor, principal of the Taylor Study Method, revealed that our country is in the midst of an education revolution that is forcing traditional colleges to reevaluate their concepts of learning.

“What I found in developing our EPPP Study Materials,” said Dr. Taylor, “is that online education is not just affecting internet learning programs. It is also forcing traditional colleges to back up and re-evaluate whether the content they are offering is truly efficient, cost-effective, and competitive.”

Speaking of his own experience in building a successful EPPP practice tests to train psychology students to pass their board of psychology licensure exams, Dr. Taylor added, “Colleges often promise to train their students for a career, yet end up leaving them woefully unprepared. As more options become available for online education, we should expect to see only the best educational programs to survive.”

About The Taylor Study Method

The Taylor Study Method is a cohesive team of experienced and recognized psychologists, talented writers and the very best technical experts who work tirelessly to provide psychology students with the most relevant and complete resources to pass their EPPP exam.

TSM’s team of professionals have been refining their board of psychology EPPP program for over 16 years, using technologically advanced learning modalities that integrate multiple learning methods. Their team of researchers insures delivery of the most current and relevant EPPP content for students trying to pass their licensure exam.

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