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Why Grammy award winner Ne-Yo backed this school for coding

As U.S. student debt continues to rise, people are looking for alternative options like Holberton. It's a two-year program that charges no upfront tuition; instead students are required to pay back a certain percentage of their salaries over the course of 3 years after graduation. One notable investor in the school is Grammy award-winning artist Ne-Yo. Holberton School co-founder Sylvain Kalache and Ne-Yo joins On the Move to discuss.