Washington – Taking a cue from its Kaplan education unit, The Washington Post on Tuesday launched a series of online courses written by its staff writers and editors covering such subjects as financial literacy, digital photography and French wines.

The business, to be known as Post MasterClass, initially will offer seven self-paced courses, which the company said should take between 15-25 hours to complete and may be accessed for up to six months.

Most of the classes are available at an introductory price of $299, or $199 for home delivery subscribers.


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