Fellowships offered by organizations like the Thiel Foundation and Enstitute are attempting to woo business-savvy high school students away from the traditional college track. Despite the possibility of quick financial gains, education scholars caution that college graduates still have a better chance of enjoying more financially secure futures. (The New York Times)
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