Poll: School Payment Strategy
The state legislature in Oregon has approved a new tuition plan for its seven state universities.
The bill is now waiting for the governor's review and signature.
It would allow students to attend school, then repay tuition at a later date based on their earnings. Those who earn more would pay more back; those who earn less, would owe less.
The program would replace the more traditional student loans.
Tonight in the Daily Pulse we're wondering: Should students who attend colleges and universities repay tuition at a later date based on their earnings? Yes or no? Why or why not?