An education company is offering a program to help students who are stuck with terrible teachers.
The company, CSL Educational, says it will pay students a $50 credit for every lesson they attend that doesn’t meet a minimum standard of quality.
Students can opt out of participating if they can’t meet the minimum standard.
They can also receive a credit for any time spent outside of school.
CSL says its teachers are all certified and have proven their ability to teach students effectively.
This program will only apply to students enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States.