Or another effect that students are not well prepare enough for the real world because they just try to get the degree to graduate and actually not learn anything. If going to college is free, it is similar of students go to elementary, middle or high school, they are just going to school and are not really think ahead of their future. But when students get to college, hopefully they are old enough to realize what is best for them. If free college could happen, students should be thankful for that and try their best to achieve what they want. College should be free because of it can makes a big effect on student 's lives.
If schools were to allow coffee and other caffeinated beverages then students would be energized and hyper for a solid ten minutes. Afterwards, they would crash. Later on, when it is time to go to sleep, the students that went overboard with the calories and the sugars will not be able to rest. This can become a never ending cycle and can cause them to do terrible in school. Nutritious drinks are a solution to this major problem that can even end up causing serious health effects.
“It’s an irrefutable fact that college gives you a significant and persistent advantage decade after decade” (Daly, 2). However, not knowing what you want to do and not succeeding at it would make the college tuition not worth the money. College is very important because of the life experiences and financial gain you will have. College is worth the expense of tuition because you learn about life. Such as the personal responsibility of being on your own, having the motivation to get up in the morning to go to class, cleaning up after yourself, and all of the friends and connections that you will make and have in the future.
Although money doesn’t buy happiness, it sure does help with bills, debts, and other stuff, but if you really want to go to college and you need your bachelor’s or associates degree to use for the real world then do it. Pay the money you need to so you can do what you really want to do but if you really love what you do or are going to do then you wouldn’t be working a day in your life.
Being in high school is time consuming. With some high schools adding community service as a requirement to graduate, it puts on more time for students. Yes, community service is good on college applications and it helps the environment and what not, but it should be optional. High school has enough requirements which includes certain classes that a student must take. Volunteering should not be mandatory because students already have enough responsibilities; they might have jobs, the need to be social and healthy, and if it’s supposed to be voluntary then it shouldn’t be forced.
The effervescent tablets come in different flavors and give an extra dose of vitamin C which can appeal to many other people who do not like to take pills. Airborne has done a good job at making sure the commercials are reaching their target market and making them personal and relatable for every watcher. By showing consumers examples of how it feels when our immune systems are low, and we are feeling drained. Whether we are at home, at work, on vacation, or even on an airplane the commercials relate to our busy lifestyles. There was a lawsuit in 2008, against Airborne for providing false advertising.
For the college education system to be fair, either employers need to stop viewing a college education as the only way to prove one’s ability to do work, or education needs to be made widely accessible to anybody seeking it. Both options would make those seeking well paying jobs without having to risk debt to do it. College would again be about the pursuit of knowledge and learning, not merely a hoop to jump through to gamble the possibility of a successful
“You’ve got a lot of street smarts, kid, but you need a college degree to succeed in business.” How many times have you been told this by prospective employers who shut the door in your face after learning you never attended, or didn’t fnish college? The stigma of lacking a college diploma could have dashed your dreams for a successful career—sending them straight out the door and into the trash bin. But wait, you’re intelligent, highly motivated, and you like to take risks! It’s not that college didn’t cross your mind; perhaps you didn’t have the funds, or maybe you just didn’t want to put your ideas on hold while you were sitting in a stuffy classroom for four years. So why should you be penalized?
Nothing in life is free, it may not come out of your pocket directly, but it will come out of someone else’s. It doesn’t help that students are not committed to school now. The graduation rate for first time students at the regular four-year public establishment is 48.3%. How does that make sense and why make it free if we can’t even maintain our college graduation rates up? Making college free to all is not going to give the big picture a great return on their investment.
How many times has a student complained to you about stress? If you are one or a teacher at a highschool then you probably hear that every day multiple times a day. Are they just being dramatic, lazy, or just saying it to get a reaction? I think not, there are many studies being done about how highschool students are actually stressed and how it leads to other health problems and highschool student actually are pretty busy. Many parents, teachers, and other adults say that us student are being lazy, or dramatic that we really don’t have that much to do, they could be wrong in some cases, there’s alot more to us students than a teacher or parent can see.