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ClassesUSA.com Public Relations
Learning Magazine Premieres Today
Magazine from ClassesUSA.com gives readers valuable information, with expanded editorial coverage for adults pursuing higher-education
New York, N.Y., March 4, 2008 — ClassesUSA.com®, a part of Experian and a free online resource that can assist prospective students in finding degree and certificate programs best suited to advancing their professional goals, today premiered LearningSM magazine. Formerly known as Online Degrees® Magazine, Learning provides extensive information on both online and brick-and-mortar education programs.
“Learning magazine reflects the wealth of opportunities available to adults interested in pursuing higher-education,” said Stephen Semprevivo, president of ClassesUSA.com. “From brick-and-mortar schools to online programs to accelerated degree programs, there are a variety of paths to choose from. Learning magazine can provide adults with valuable information to help them make informed decisions when choosing programs.”
Whether they are interested in online programs that allow them the flexibility to study anytime, from any location, or they prefer more traditional programs, adults can turn to Learning for valuable insights, firsthand tips and recommendations for pursuing a variety of education programs, such as certificates; diplomas; associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees; and more.
In the inaugural, Spring/Summer 2008 issue of Learning, readers can receive valuable information on:
- Whether returning to the classroom is a wise move for them through the “Are You Ready To Hit the Books?” quiz
- How to spot diploma scams
- Which top fields present loan forgiveness program opportunities
- How to save money by attending school online
- Why they should consider careers in criminal psychology
- How to fashion new careers instead of retiring
Learning magazine is published biannually, in March and September, and is available at newsstands and bookstores nationwide for $5.95.
ClassesUSA.com is part of Experian InteractiveSM and is a free online resource that can assist prospective students in finding degree and certificate programs best suited to advancing their professional and personal goals. Each month, more than 2 million adults visit the site, which boasts more than 200 accredited college and university partners. As a leading online higher-education portal, ClassesUSA.com has fostered strategic content partnerships with a multitude of portals and Web sites since entering the online higher-education marketplace in 2001. ClassesUSA.com also publishes LearningSM(formerly Online Degrees®), a biannual national magazine designed to empower adults considering higher-education as the tool to advance themselves both personally and professionally. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at http://www.classesusa.com.
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