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The New York Times and CIG Education Group Collaborate on New Education Initiative

The New York Times and CIG Education Group have come together to launch NYT EDUcation, a new education initiative.
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The New York Times and CIG Education Group have come together to launch NYT EDUcation, a new education initiative, which combines The New York Times’s journalism with the educational expertise of CIG Education Group.

NYT EDUcation will provide innovative courses and programs covering a wide array of subjects, including communications and media. Courses will be offered on a wide variety of topics, ranging from pre-college level to higher education, continuing education and executive education. The first offerings will be available in fall 2015.

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