In Brazil, vacant classroom spots offered at reduced cost to poorer students

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Learning can be expensive, and we've already seen startups such as Raygun try to help college students in US save money. But what about those who can't even afford a basic education? Brazil's Mais Estudo is hoping to get more young people into university by offering vacant classroom spots at reduced prices. While some courses and universities may be oversubscribed when it comes to taking on new students, others have gaps that don't generate any income for the institutions. Rather than leave those spaces empty, Mais Estudo partners with those offering graduate, postgraduate and technical courses and agrees a discount…

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