Wal-Mart, American Public University partner to offer affordable employee college plan
New York Daily News
By Nick Klopsis
June 3, 2010
First they rolled back the cost of everyday goods. Now Wal-Mart is rolling back the cost of college for its employees.
The supermarket announced today that it has partnered with American Public University to provide academic credit to its workers.
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