I love this concept, and I think it’s an excellent idea. I would even love to see it implemented in a private K-12 institution as a test run…with guarantees of acceptance into an *elite* list of universities. It would be very interesting to see what the results are. I like that this puts the onus on the school (and teachers) to make sure that they truly are providing an excellent education. I can see that there would be some who get a ‘free’ education….but in the end, if they’re not achieving meaningful employment afterwards, then it really comes back to bite them anyway. BUT!!! As intriguing as the idea/concept is – I would need to really see the specific agreements that are made. I can think of too many loopholes on both the side of the student and the institution that *could* but used to get out of paying (or get paid without providing the education). I.e. instititions could make back-room deals with companies that “hire” their grads so the school gets paid…and then they just happen to downsize and let the employees go. Too many unknowns without seeing the actual agreements.