BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here said Thursday its employees will be eligible for college credits based on their formal training and job experience under the company's new Lifelong Learning Program — a partnership with American Public University, an online college. Workers who enroll in a degree program with APU will be eliglble to move on a faster track to earning a degree in one of more than 70 different programs offered, the company said, adding that all employees who enroll in ...

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