Who needs a degree? | Joanne

Adam Braun says his wife’s $100,000 student loan debt inspired him to found MissionU, a one-year program that charges no tuition upfront. Photo: Eric Risberg/AP

The future of college may not include going to class or earning a degree, writes AP’s Maria Danilova. “Education startups are offering alternatives — from boot camps, to one- or two-year tracks, to accredited degree programs — and their founders say these options will give students a more relevant education in today’s job market, and at a lower price.”

MissionU, which began accepting its first applications last month, offers a…

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