Jack Dorseys school is offering free tuition for students who have had their parents or guardians deported.
The idea was inspired by an article in the Wall Street Journal about the need to keep students in the US.
In that article, a group of parents who had come to the US from countries like Iran and Syria were deported.
It’s important to note that Jack Dorseys parents and grandparents are still in the country.
Mr Dorsey has previously described the policy as “a very difficult decision to make”, but he is currently in a state of undress.
“I feel very strongly about it,” he told The Financial Review.
“There are very few places in this country that will give you a place to stay in a family that’s in this situation.”
My grandparents are not in the United States.
I have a great aunt and uncle who are still here in the Philippines and I’m very proud of them for making the right decision to leave.
Jack Dorsey was speaking at the Global Leadership Summit in Singapore this week.
On the same day that Mr Dorsey spoke, another wealthy entrepreneur announced plans to expand his education business, Dorsey Education.
David Yip, who is worth $1.5 billion, is a major investor in the company, which has a $1 billion funding round.
At a recent investor conference, he revealed he would be giving his son, Aaron, free tuition to attend college.
He said he had never been more proud to be an entrepreneur.
“He’s going to college,” he said.
“We’re going to give him free tuition and he’s going back to work for Dorsey and Dorsey.”
Mr Yip said he would use the money to pay for Aaron to complete his education.
He said he felt “incredibly fortunate” to have been given the opportunity to raise money for Dorseys family.
The Dorsey family has not responded to requests for comment from the Financial Review, but Mr Yip’s son has been in touch.
Dorsey Education is currently recruiting students in Singapore, but has not revealed the number of students it is planning to enroll.
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