Wisconsin businessman pays for high school class’s college education
In one of the most famous––and most controversial––episodes of The Office, Michael Scott promises to pay for high school students’ college tuition. He cannot, of course, afford that. Dennis Frandsen, fortunately, is no Michael Scott. He has offered to pay for a two-year technical college degree for each student in the 2019 graduating class in Luck, Wisconsin. Frandsen said that he was concerned about the average student, since only the top one percent of high school students get scholarships to college.
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