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Pay Students to Study

Bunker Hill Community College teacher Wick Sloane says his students come to school hungry. Many are unemployed, most have a family to care for, and some are struggling with homelessness. Students are exahausted and hungry by the time they make it to classes. Sloane's idea is to flip the federal Work-Study Program into a Study-Work Program, paying students by the hour to study. We talk with him about his idea.

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  Wick Sloane, community college advocate, columnist for Inside Higher Ed, English teacher at Bunker Hill Community College

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