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Re: Thinking of moving on
Lamar has by far the most widely utilized program, and although it has increased in tuition cost by what people tell me, is still cheaper than many schools. When I recently sat through a region workshop, they did a quick survey of administrators based on school choice -- more than half the room had gone to Lamar. I went to a brick and mortar school before the digital revolution happened, but legitimately any degree from what I would define as a "real" university is generally accepted in the employment marketplace. In Texas, it helps to get it from a TX school I have found. i.e. Grand Canyon University or Western Governor's might suffice it if you only need the degree in your district where you know everyone, but will be a hard sell to another school district if moving.
Once you get you're foot in the door, you can usually move around as you develop a reputation and contacts. Nobody looks at where I went to school when I apply for a job.