Although people may argue that a person can take care of the debt faster the person may not have the ability to do so. Some colleges are charging the tuition price of a big name college when they are not as well known and the degree may not go very far. Recently students are (taking on more debt) than they can pay and end up not being able to pay them off (Hacker and Schlesinger). When students graduate college most of them will have debt that they have to pay and many of them can’t pay it off. In highschool people and teachers stress that students need to go to college and it can (cause a sense of panic) in the highschool students (crawford).
Alfred Lubrano the author of “the shock of Education: How college Corrupts” explains the differences and difficulties of what students can go through while they are in college. Lubrano says that when a student arrives at college, they lose their connection to their families. This is due to the extreme workload put on the student by the professors they don’t have the time to really chat with their parents like they used to when they lived at home. Also if there is an enormous distance gap where the students go to college and where their parents live it may create that sense like they don’t know each other anymore. I agree do with Alfred that college students change once they go to college they start grow apart from their families.
If we had late start every day then the school would have to push back sports. People would also have to quit sports or not be able to play as much if they were doing out of school sports. Also people wouldn’t be able to do as much after school. Kids would also wait last minute to do homework. The School would have to end school later in the day so we would still be at school for the same amount of time.
One example of the disadvantages of attending college are most students end up in debt because of the school fees. Most college student struggle to pay the fees of college because they don’t have the money or maybe they are paying for it by themselves. Another example is attending college can bring on stress, anxiety and pressure especially to new students attending college. Attending college causes students stress, anxiety, and pressure to do well and complete the given work. Another factor of attending college is struggling with weight whether it be gaining it or losing it.
However, a 45-15 day routine is not efficient because near the end of the 45 days, students will be counting down the days and will stop trying In school. Furthermore, another flaw could be how some families that are poor will have to pay for summer childcare. Nevertheless, this is cancelled out by the decrease in money that the parents have to pay for school lunches, etc. It can clearly be seen that some of these major flaws are no big deal and can easily be combated
A longer school day will also enable kids able to do extracurricular activities that they don’t do, for example, theater. I got this information from a website called “Education.seattlepi.com” which says “Leathing the school day will give teachers more time to spend with students, to focus on trouble areas and difficult material.” Other people think we should not have school day because it takes away their family time. I saw this information at “Debate.org”. Debate.org consists of polls, they survey students if they would whether or not, have an 8 hour school day, only 33% say and 67% say no. If we have a longer school day
For example, many families take their whole life savings out of the bank in an effort to pay for their children’s college. Doing so causes an immense amount of financial stress. Nevertheless, for some families this is still not enough. On the contrary, finding another job that will support them is often far more difficult for those who do not complete college. These levels of stress can take over a person’s life, causing them to lose their drive and focus, which affects their future further.
If students have a job after school and play a sport, then they probably will fail to be able to bear both with school starting later. For some athletes, they have to leave school early as it already is. If school were to start later, then students would miss even more of school. They could miss an important test or crucial notes for a test. School starting later would mean minimal time for the simple pleasures in
They will be extremely stressed and anxious about graduating and about not being able to complete 75 hours of community service. Also people in power at places that offer community service could be cruel to the students and cause them to be mentally unstable. This affects students performance in school. Additionally, many people believe that it is not that much to ask of students. In reality, students go to school for 8 hours, then goes to work or an extracurricular activity, then goes home to complete an extensive amount of homework that has them staying up late into the night.
Whether single or married, the stress of attending college often burdens relationships with family and friends. Time and flexibility to engage in social activities you once participated in become a lesser priority now with homework. This can create some friction with friends and family members that do not understand why you suddenly have disappeared off the face of the planet. Having your own family and kids while attending college can make life even more stressful. I love my family and I would not change anything about them for the world, but combined with college and work it can all become incredibly overwhelming.
There’s no doubt that being an eighth grader has many challenges. In the passage ‘The Challenges of Being an Eighth grader’ states that, “Because of the boatloads of homework we seem to get, and after-school activities galore, if one of your friends has different classes than you then you may rarely get to see them” (Jenkins 14). That means that we get a lot of work as eighth graders and not as much free time to see our friends from the year before. Another statement said, “Many [students] are afraid that their family will embarrass them at a school function” (Jenkins 14). Family members that could be attending the same school could be embarrassing, which adds pressure to them.
I don’t want to fail and have to take the class over again or take an extra semester of classes because I didn’t pass one with a high enough proficiency to move on. I also have second thoughts about being here at all. Many people are gaining college educations and are unable to find work after graduation. This leaves them jobless and in major debt. This is a contributing factor to the growing number of graduates who move in with their parents again after they