TIME: Tech Boot Camps Dangled Well-Paid Jobs. They Didn’t Deliver

TIME: Tech Boot Camps Dangled Well-Paid Jobs. They Didn’t Deliver. “Unaccredited schools have long flourished in the U.S., but this new wave of schools does something different: attracting students by offering a relatively new funding model called an income share agreement (ISA). They pitch these ISAs as a way to access education without taking out a loan, but students like [Aaryn] Johnson soon find out that these agreements can leave them owing a lot of money without the good career prospects they were promised. Nor are these students eligible for any of the Biden Administration’s planned federal loan forgiveness programs, because ISAs are offered not by the U.S. government but by private companies.”

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