Raise.me, a college scholarship app, rewards high school students for their advanced classes and extracurricular activities with “micro-scholarships” — guaranteed tuition payments paid by their eventual college — that range from $25 to $1,000 for each of their academic achievements. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports. PBS News video news New York.
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