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Forgive me, I might have posted this before, but I cannot seem to find the thread. :(

Has anyone ever heard of the program for a PhD in English at Old Dominion University in Virginia? It's a distance-learning program, which means that classes are online in the evening. Also, according to their website, you would have to attend two summer doctoral institutes in Virginia. 

It might seem terrible to say this, but it sounds like a nice idea, only because if you're working full-time, you can still pursue your dream of getting a doctorate. However, I'm not quite sure how this degree will be perceived.

I guess it all depends on my goals. I do love teaching high school, and I wouldn't mind if I had to teach high school for the rest of my life. However, someday, I would like to be a professor, maybe at a small community college. I currently teach at a community college now as an adjunct, and I do love it. 

What do you think?  

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