Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Why College Tuition Should not be Free Introduction Education is a major driving force for a country’s economic, social and political development. Every youth desire to attain a college degree as it offers many opportunities to the graduates. Higher education is however very expensive and hence reserved for the privileged families. Making college education free would however not be the ultimate solution. Vilorio (12) contends that the youths need to understand the essence of hard work and working their way up a college degree.
In the conflict perspective, education is doing the exact opposite; it promotes and reinforces the inequality of the society among their students. Covaleskie (2014) explains the credentialism. Before, there was the lesser number of people who could actually afford to go to the college and attain the degree, which led to a higher opportunity for them to obtain a profession with higher income. However, once the number of people with Bachelor’s Degree increased, such degree no longer serves a function of guaranteeing one’s opportunity of getting a job. The more disastrous outcome is that achieving such level become less advantageous while not achieving it has some serious consequences (p.99-100).
Growing up, I lived in a very traditional-style family structured home, where gender roles and gender socialization played key roles in the development of my sisters and me. According to the lecture, a traditional family is one where two individuals who are legally bound together by marriage, share responsibilities in taking care of their direct offspring, with the mother in charge of the house and children duties, and the father as the provider (Cohen 2018). While both of my parents do a little bit of everything when it comes to contributing, it has always been the standard for my sisters and I that my father was the one who would work all day, while my mother stayed home, engaging in the housework and taking care of my sisters and me. My family is very patriarchy-based, meaning my father was always the one who was “head of household” (Anon.
To make the right decision the good must outweigh the bad. One of my recent decisions was to go back to college or spend more time on my personal interests. Rationally I did not want to go to college, the cost is extreme and the amount of time needed in very large. On the other hand the reward is great, it could mean a higher paying job, better status or the chance to be challenged. Also an added benefit to this personal interest will have great economic effects on my local area.
The Joad’s Family Identity Identity is the condition of who you are or what something is. Identity can change over time. It is not something that is set forever. Sometimes your identity gets influenced by others, such as your family. For example, the Joad family from the classic book The Grapes of Wrath has already identified themselves as the working class.
When dealing with my topic on, why people contradict prerequisite classes, depending on your opinion there could be different causes of this phenomenon. The cause of the economy is one cause many people blame for the reason of these required classes. When the educational board assigns these extra classes for all undergraduate college students to take that increases the amount of tuition and books each person will need to spend. A "money grab" is what some people consider the reason for these required classes, and in a way, I agree. To convince me that these prerequisite classes are essential for me to succeed, I am going to need a better reason than we will be unprepared without them.
The federal government should not pay for two years of community college. The cost is too high and there are better ways to help students to successfully attend and graduate from community colleges. There are too many hurdles and cost differences among states for the government to provide free tuition. Current scholarships and grants are already in place to help low-income students. Ways other than just free tuition may be more effective in both motivating and in helping students succeed in college.
Lower rate will give the firms tough time to attract desired candidate with benefits. 2. Competition The competition in the specific area increases the difficulties to find the candidate perfectly fit in your organizational needs. With higher competition, the candidate’s will have more choices and harder for the companies to attract the candidate. The competitors approach and policies are also counted to redefine the recruitment process.
The college students in this generation have multiple sources to help them from being in a depression state of being or having trouble paying for school. Even with the help of an organization college students might continue to have problems with balancing school and their jobs. The way I plan to build the organization First, I would get a crew to help me with all the work so everything. Then, I would get a number of students at the college that have jobs and then the ones that don’t have a jobs. Next, I would see if any of the Bradford
It can sometimes be a struggle to get the job you want or get admitted to the university that you like but imagine how hard it would be if you were not judged by your skills, but by where you grew up and by which accent you have. This is what the kind of circumstances that many both younger, but also older British people must live with every day. The prime minister Theresa May have chosen to change these conditions to be her main priority, but there is a lot to do, and it has only gotten worse the past years. So, what is the main obstacle that is preventing the changes? Is it even possible to create more social mobility now or is it too late?