Strategic Education, Inc. and Noodle Partners Unite to Provide Employers with Access to a Variety of Education and Upskilling Programs from the Nation’s Leading Universities

HERNDON, Va. & NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Strategic Education, Inc. (Strategic Education) (NASDAQ: STRA), the parent company of Strayer and Capella Universities, and Noodle Partners, which helps a growing network of colleges and universities use technology and shared services to lower costs while raising capacity and faculty-to-student engagement, announced today that they will join forces to provide employers with a seamless approach to administering tuition assistance benefits. The partnership is designed to ensure the effectiveness of such benefits and to give covered employees access to affordable, relevant education options from top public and private schools.

Using WorkforceEdge, a complete employee education management platform, employees can connect to a wide variety of online undergraduate and graduate programs in Noodle’s network of top public and private universities, and the affordable programs within Strategic Education’s portfolio, including Strayer University and Capella University. WorkforceEdge also serves as the portal for employers to administer and

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When stock markets fell off a cliff in late March 2020, the V-shaped recovery that followed quickly boosted any undervalued stocks that were buying opportunities at the bottom.That said, the disconnect between the stock market and the lack of a wider economic recovery is compounding issues. Investors may blame the Federal Reserve for pumping trillions into the stock market and increasing valuations. And in the very long-term, inflation is a potential risk for markets.But when the world figures out a way to contain the novel coronavirus — be it through a vaccine or enhanced contact tracing — the overheated economy will drive company profits higher. The rally fueled by the stock-split of Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) ended at the beginning of September. Now that valuations matter again, the selling pressure on the market has created better prices in

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