TO PAY for his professional flight degree at Purdue University in Indiana, Andrew Hoyler had two choices. He could rely on loans and scholarships. Or he could cover some of the cost with an “income-share agreement” (ISA), a contract with Purdue to pay it a percentage of his earnings for a fixed period after graduation. […]
Last year, Lavell Burton decided he wanted to learn to code. He searched online for coding bootcamps, and was surprised to find that many of them cost several thousand dollars upfront. Burton, then 36, was hoping to move from his maintenance job aboard an American naval ship to a career in software engineering in California, […]
Megan Markle’s father once won $750,000 in the lottery — and paid tuition at her private school with part of his winnings
Eddie Mulholland/AP Meghan Markle is preparing for her royal wedding to Prince Harry, which is just over a month away. A new biography on the “Suits” actor will be released soon, entitled “Meghan: A Hollywood Princess.” Meghan’s father, Tom Markle, won $ 750,000 in the California State Lottery in 1990, according to an an excerpt from […]
State officials across the country are increasingly worried that a provision in the new tax law extending college savings accounts to K-12 expenses will blow an unexpected hole in their budgets.
There’s a 30-person college in the California desert where students work off their tuition on a cattle ranch — and it produces Rhodes Scholars and Pulitzer Prize winners
Deep Springs College Facebook Deep Springs College is a two-year school with only 12 to 15 students per class. Student attend for free, but must work 20 hours a week to pay their way. Students hold jobs on the farm and ranch, and cook, clean, and maintain vehicles. Deep Springs College is a tiny 30-person-or-less […]