Colleges Put Students To Work

Tim Fitzsimons Feb 18, 2015
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Colleges Put Students To Work

Tim Fitzsimons Feb 18, 2015
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In an era of skyrocketing college tuition rates, “work colleges” stand out as an anomaly. They’re are a federally-defined college where students have to work. It’s a hard model to pull off.

A small school in Dallas, Paul Quinn College, announced it would convert to the “work college” model in order to significantly lower tuition rates. 

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