By Gary Bourgeault : Strayer Education (NASDAQ: STRA ) has had to endure the same challenges the overall for-profit educational sector has had to endure, as its enrollments continue
Strayer Education (NASDAQ: STRA ): Q2 EPS of $1.29 beats by $0.02 . Revenue of $112.7M (-14.6% Y/Y) misses by $2.11M . Press Release Post your comment!
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these firms is now stable, from negative, previously. Although we still view Apollo Group APOL, DeVry DV, and Strayer Education STRA as meaningful players within the large and fragmented post-secondary education market, the firms no longer
and quality of the firm's programs over the long term. Strayer Education is a for-profit education company that operates 100 campuses ..... but the operating environment remains weak. In 2000, Strayer Education was a relatively small education provider, with 14 campuses
Fourth-quarter results for Strayer Education STRA came in just ahead of management's guidance range as the firm remains focused on cost control amid the challenging industry
We are placing Apollo Group APOL and Strayer Education STRA under review while we take another look at our long-term assumptions and economic moat analysis for the for-profit education
perspective). We think that the companies we cover--Apollo Group, DeVry DV, Capella Education CPLA, and Strayer Education STRA still have roles to play in this market, but the aforementioned risks keep us on the sidelines for now.
(Reuters) - Strayer Education Inc forecast a weak fourth quarter and said it would not pay regular dividends in 2013, as it spends on new campus openings amid anemic new student enrollments.