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Together, let’s explore how technology can alleviate both costs for colleges and students to help more lower-income students graduate with a bachelor’s degree.

How might we leverage technology – including online courses – to bring down the cost of higher education while still offering lower-income students the kinds of high-touch, individualized support that help them succeed?

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Can MOOCs serve as a partial replacement for undergraduate core classes in order to reduce the cost of college education?

Can MOOCs serve as a partial replacement for undergraduate core classes in order to reduce the cost of college education?

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We find the best undergraduates to volunteer in Community Schools that prepare low-income students for Universities' Entrance Exams.

We find the best undergraduates to volunteer in Community Schools that prepare low-income students for Universities' Entrance Exams.

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Online education cloud for all education institutions to host their online bachelor degree curriculum's. Paid for/Subsidized by Advertising.

Online education cloud for all education institutions to host their online bachelor degree curriculum's. Paid for/Subsidized by Advertising.

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The idea is to quantify 'soft skills' or competences that allow students to measure, for self develop and for credentialing purposes.

The idea is to quantify 'soft skills' or competences that allow students to measure, for self develop and for credentialing purposes.

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