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choosing the right education

Choosing The Right Education: What Do You Care About?

Caring about these things will save you time, money and frustration on a degree.

Tuition Reimbursement: A Win-Win for Employees and Businesses

Our current economy is thriving. With a swelling circulation of capital, we see enterprises booming, revenue marching upward, and new opportunities for new c…

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What 600 Surveyed Companies Think About Tuition Assistance

Thoughts on a survey of nearly 600 regarding tuition assistance programs.

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Why You Shouldn’t Trust Online College Rankings – A Cautionary Tale

See how bogus info on ranking sites can make a mess of your college decision process.

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5 Reasons to Pay More Attention to your Tuition Assistance Program

A recent survey by the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) provided an update on the breadth and use of educational assistance in the w…

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Where Every Seat is a Front Row Seat

In an online class, every student has the opportunity to full engage and participate.

Stewart Memorial Community Hospital Partners with ClearDegree

Stewart Memorial Community Hospital Partners with ClearDegree to Offer Personalized College Guidance

Through a partnership with ClearDegree, Stewart Memorial employees utilizing tuition assistance on an online program work with a ClearDegree Education Concie…

Would You Like a Tesla with That Degree?

When being a smarter education consumer is like getting a degree AND a $50,000 sports car. A few weeks ago the Department of Education released new scorecard…

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Is Your Company’s Tuition Assistance Program Leaving Money on the Table?

While many companies find it difficult to gauge the impact of a tuition assistance program (TA program), there is a very obvious way. And though it may seem…

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Smarter Ways HR Can Approach Education as a Benefit

Education benefits are a hot item in the HR toolkit. According to estimates by risk-management and advisory firm Willis Towers Watson, around 90% of midsize …