First came Starbucks and Arizona State University. Then came Chrysler and Strayer University. And now Anthem and College for America, a subsidiary of Southern New Hampshire University. One by one companies are paying for their employees to go to college. Why? According to Strayer University's CEO, company and university partnerships are the only way "the U.S. can maintain its economic leadership role in the world" and "build the workforce of the 21st century." Inside Higher Ed's Carl Straumsheim takes a close look at blurred lines between work and school.