This college is responding to an often-ignored population: Working adults - The Washington Post

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This college is responding to an often-ignored population: Working adults - The Washington PostThis college is responding to an often-ignored population: Working adults - The Washington PostPosted: 23 Sep 2020 07:45 AM PDT On Wednesday, Paul Quinn will become the first historically Black college to partner with Guild Education, a Denver-based firm that works with companies such as Walmart and Lowe's to provide education benefits to employees. Paul Quinn is among dozens of colleges and universities, including Southern New Hampshire University and the University of Florida, offering credentials and degrees through Guild. Employees of the companies in the Guild network can access all of Paul Quinn's courses and four-year-degree programs. The college has short-term credential programs and accelerated degrees designed for working adults. "This is about unlocking the potential of America's workforce," Sorrell said. "It's about moving people forward using higher e…

Clarion, CalU and Edinboro form historic partnership - The Courier-Express

Clarion, CalU and Edinboro form historic partnership - The Courier-Express


Clarion, CalU and Edinboro form historic partnership - The Courier-Express

Posted: 14 Sep 2020 01:02 PM PDT

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Baltimore-based Laureate Education to sell off South American universities, Walden University - Baltimore Sun

Posted: 15 Sep 2020 10:44 AM PDT

In addition, the company announced Friday that it plans to sell Walden University, an online college considered a pioneer in distance learning that offers doctoral, master's, bachelor's and graduate certificate programs. Laureate plans to sell Walden, its only U.S. business, to Adtalem Global Education Inc. for $1.5 billion in cash.

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