Strayer Education traded at $67.60 this Wednesday July 6th, decreasing $1.30 or 1.89 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Strayer Education lost 2.41 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 8.88 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Strayer Education to be priced at 67.82 by the end of this quarter and at 62.46 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Career Education 11.80 -0.04 -0.34% -2.72%
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H&R Block 36.75 0.26 0.71% 56.18%
Grand Canyon Education 92.26 -1.19 -1.27% 1.37%
K12 41.20 0.92 2.28% 39.57%
ManpowerGroup 78.42 0.65 0.84% -32.72%
Robert Half International 77.88 0.64 0.83% -10.97%
Strayer Education 67.60 -1.30 -1.89% -8.88%
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2U 11.54 -0.10 -0.86% -73.20%
Universal Technical Institute 7.42 0 0% 24.92%

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US400 2279 -13.85 -0.60% -15.05%
US2000 1728 -13.78 -0.79% -23.32%

Strayer Education
Strategic Education, Inc. is an education services company. The Company is focused on providing access to quality education through campus-based and online post-secondary education offerings, as well as through programs to develop job-ready skills for high-demand markets. It operates through three segments: U.S. Higher Education (USHE) segment, Alternative Learning segment, and Australia/New Zealand segment. The USHE segment offers certificate and degree programs to working adults primarily through Strayer University and Capella University. The Alternative Learning segment is primarily focused on developing and maintaining relationships with large employers to build employee education benefits programs. Australia/New Zealand segment consists of Torrens University, which offers undergraduate and graduate courses primarily in five fields of study: business, design and creative technology, health, hospitality, and education.