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June 15, 2018
First Watch Restaurants Inc., a Florida-based breakfast chain, has joined a growing number of companies offering employee education benefits. First Watch employees can now complete their high school education for free through Cengage’s Career Online High School, which also works with employers such as Walmart, McDonald’s and Hilton.
June 14, 2018
In its quest to find a sustainable business model, online course provider edX will test charging users for access to previously free content. Observers say the move was inevitable.
June 13, 2018
Massachusetts and Puerto Rico have officially joined the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement -- a regulatory framework that aims to make it simpler for colleges and universities to offer online education across the U.S.
June 13, 2018
Search for a four-year college on Google, and you’ll now be presented with data on admission rates, graduation rates and tuition costs, in addition to the usual link to Wikipedia. Google said the addition of more information to college search results would make it easier for prospective students to choose the right institution for them.
June 13, 2018
Two congressional Democrats have written to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to oppose the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed two-year delay for implementing state authorization rules.
June 12, 2018
Walmart and other large employers are turning to for-profit Guild Education to manage tuition-reimbursement programs. Walmart's offer promises a debt-free college education to its employees, but academic program choices are limited. 
June 6, 2018
Tech giant is working with universities to bring the functionality of a student ID card to the iPhone and Apple Watch.
June 4, 2018
With so many online program management companies offering similar services, many market observers agree: something’s got to give.
June 1, 2018
As downloads of free scholarly books soar, what's getting read?
May 31, 2018
Walmart employees will soon be able to earn degrees in business or supply-chain management for as little as $1 a day. In partnership with education platform Guild Education, Walmart will offer its 1.4 million employees access to subsidized associate’s and bachelor’s degrees. Employees will also be able to convert completed job training into college credit.


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