New School Funding Method: Students as Investments

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Purdue [University in Indiana] offered her another way to pay. Investors — including wealthy alumni, a hedge fund, and the Purdue Research Foundation — would front her $50,000 to cover two years of college. In exchange, she’d owe them 14.8 percent of whatever income she earned in the eight years after she graduated.

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