Cost of going to colleges have risen in recent decades. So much that many are choosing not to go to college while those who are end up with student loan debt that follow them through life. An educated population is necessary for thoughtful political participation. When people vote on issues and representatives, a college education can provide them with historical context, understanding of underlying social and economic issues. College also often expose people to ideas and people of different backgrounds. Many more jobs today is knowledge-based or require advanced technical skills than in the past, to the extent that there are sometimes not enough qualified people to fulfill those positions. College education has become much more necessary than in the past to fill today’s role.
Higher education should be free of charge for the citizens of united states. In the U.S the average cost per year is $8,893. Many middle classes and underclass people can’t afford such costs. It is true that the government will give you grants but most of the time students never get funding from them. Allowing everyone an equal opportunity to go to college and make something of themselves.
There are certainly students out there who deserve a helping hand to get into college. Students who maintain top grades, but come from low-income families are one example. They have the skill and how to get themselves into college, but the high price is the one barrier that’s keeping them out. Majority of Americans are of the working class, and therefore can’t afford to put themselves through college without its debt following them for the rest of their lives. Making state colleges free to attend would just make easier the lives of those ambitious working-class citizens. Colleges are places where students go to learn and if they don’t have enough money they won’t be able to attend college, and they won’t receive the right education. People with less money are going to miss more opportunities. Opportunities should be open to all people.
People would have more freedom to contribute their talents, try new ideas, and pursue the lives they want if they didn’t have to start off in debt or stay stuck in a low-wage job. That could lead to a happier, more prosperous nation as a whole.
A better-educated people could result in smarter decision making at every level of society, which could lead to faster progress in solving our most difficult, collective challenges.
College level education should be an absolute right.
Students would be able to focus more on their studies rather than worrying about how to scrape together enough funds for each upcoming school term. As a result, more of them might graduate on time, ready to take on important jobs in their communities.
Many of American’s top performing high school students never apply to the most challenging colleges and win been though they have the ability to succeed at them. They often come from minority and low income.