Treehouse alters student account feature


The Portland coding school now allows its students to pause their accounts indefinitely.

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The Portland coding school now allows its students to pause their accounts indefinitely.

The move might make students happy, not to mention staffers who were uneasy about the previous policy. But it doesn’t come without a cost. Treehouse revenue will take roughly a $70,000 hit a month.

Treehouse, an online platform for people to learn software development, allowed students to pause their accounts for up to three months. At that point, those accounts were automatically unpaused and the students were be charged again.

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