LDS Businessman's New Funding Plan Inspired by Perpetual Education Fund

Digital Harbor Foundation Executive Director Andrew Coy thinks there's a way for schools to have it all — by making 3-D printers pay for themselves.

Digital Harbor Foundation is launching a new program, called the Perpetual Innovation Fund, which will give money to teachers for a 3-D printer, training and supplies to start an entrepreneurship club at school.

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