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Learn more about the power of aligning students and schools, increasing education access, and more through Income Share Agreements.
Watch the recording to hear Vemo Educations co-founder and former financial aid administrator Bill Brosseau explain how schools are beginning to introduce a new category of financial aid in the form of income share agreements.
Planet Money follows the evolution of income share agreements, from David Bowie’s recording studio to a pilot program in Chile to colleges in the U.S.
Watch the recording to learn how a growing number of institutions, across all sectors of post-secondary education, are delivering Income Share Agreement (ISA) programs to improve access, retention, and completion on their campuses.
Fund Sueños will enable students to pay for college through income-share agreements, or ISAs.
Listen to Vemo Education’s CEO, Tonio DeSorrento on the AEI Education Podcast hosted by Nat Malkus.
ISAs allow students to raise funds to pay for their degrees by selling “shares” in their future earnings.
To reduce debt and increase educational access, some institutions, such as Purdue University, have begun testing Income Share Agreements (ISAs).
It wasn’t until their research uncovered the benefits and opportunities of Income Share Agreement (ISA) programs that everything fell into place.
A “College Finance Innovation Fund” could accelerate ideas to lower debt and make schools more accountable for their graduates’ success.
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