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Higher Education Should Be Free
Andrea Arriaga, Comm 210
Reasons behind this decision
There are many pros and cons to this debate. However, at the end, the positive outcomes outweigh the negative ones.
First outcome, there would be more opportunities for people.
Would have the option of deciding whether or not they want to attend college.
Second, it would bring equality to society.
People would have the same opportunities without taking into consideration social/economic status.
Finally, it would get rid of student debts.
Students would be able to start their lives right after college without worrying about paying off their education.
Everyone should have the same opportunities in life.
This shouldn't be limited by social/economic class.
Everyone should have the option to fully explore their potential.
Without having to worry about money, everyone would get the option to decide whether they want to continue studying or not.
Avoids high debts
Students wouldn't have to worry about the financial burden that comes with studying.
They would be able to start their lives as soon as they graduate.
Most of the times, they are well prepared for life, but they are too focused on paying off their debts, that they can't focus on the real purpose of their education.
More people would go to college
If students had the option to decided on college without thinking about money, most of them would take that path.
No having to worry about money would allow students to think about higher education differently.
They would focus more on the classes and their actual interest, rather than on price.
People would just have that opportunity to decide what to do next with their lives.
In conclusion, higher education should be free.
There are a lot of benefits that come with this decision.
It gives people the opportunity to pursue higher education that will bring better opportunities.
It bring equality to a society, so that people can have the same opportunities.
It reduces the financial burden that comes with it so that students can focus on starting a life.