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‘Unique history,’ focused financial management keep Berea College tuition-free after 125 years

Founded by an abolitionist who believed work was “the great equalizer,” the Kentucky college enrolls a 90 percent low-income student body, charging no tuition and providing every student a paying on-campus job. The model is difficult to replicate, The Atlantic reports.