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Trump’s education platform promises to “make post-secondary options more affordable and accessible through technology enriched delivery models.” “Websites that offer students online study guides and tutoring services grow, but faculty members find they raise copyright and academic integrity issues – as case at U Illinois at Urbana-Champaign shows.” The Chinese online learning company has raised $40.14 Presidential Politics.