College Education: Arguing For Free College

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Arguing For Free College Education has developed in our society in such a way that its a primary factor on how much we succeed in life. Higher education like colleges should be free to the public since everyone deserves an equal opportunity to receive higher education no matter their financial situations. Its well known that the better education you receive, the more likely your profession will come with an exceptional wage. However, the U.S. only provides free education from K-12 which in recent years that isn’t enough to have a good wage to support a family. It is even known that in the year 2018 McDonalds is insisting for their employees to have a high school diploma or to at least still be in school. So if you think about how a low paying job like McDonalds is insisting for a diploma imagine the level of education better paying jobs like fireman or police officers will be asking for in the future.

Many Americans disagree with free education since in their eyes, they can’t see the U.S. being capable of paying off everyone’s tuition. Their primary argument is that the U.S is already in debt if they were to pay for millions of student’s tuition it would devastate us economically. Its effects could include inflation, making the U.S dollar worth less. Furthermore the U.S. already has enough on their plate with North Korea threatening to shoot nuclear missiles the last thing they need is more debt. In addition, there is no need for free college since a lot of colleges
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