It is not like they are going to get money and quit. They want to keep working and keep getting huge paychecks while doing something that they love. Money problems show in college too. Coaches want the best for their team and some will give anything for them. The rule in college is players”may not accept gifts or money from sports agents, booster clubs, alumni , or companies to make life easier.”(DOL 105) Playing in college is just like playing in the pros.
One article about the pros and cons of youth sports states that many athletes are pressured overly about their sport performance, when young athletes step on the field to play a sport, their coach, parents, team and school pressurize them to perform well and succeed in the game and due to this sports psychologists are in great need (Lindholm). This evidence suggests that young athletes receive undue pressure about performing well and might have to go to a psychologist about their anxiety as an athlete. In the same article Lindholm reminds parents that coaches may not pay attention to a young athlete’s mental well being, “it would be naïve to expect all coaches to have your child’s psychological interests at heart. Too often, a win-at-all-costs mentality devastates young athletes” (Lindholm). In other words the author of this article is saying that coaches that may want to win no matter what will have a negative effect on the young players, this will not help children develop any skills but may lead the child to think that winning is necessary and losing is no good.
Having so many graduates will impact negatively on the job sector. The graduates will hence be competing for the few available jobs which will lead to lower salary and low productivity. Lastly, free college schooling will encourage laziness as the youth will feel that they do not have to apply effort to get a higher education. The federal government, therefore, needs to rethink this strategy and instead work on lowering tuition costs for the underprivileged in the
Free Public College Education Welcome to free college! When a person thinks of going to college, they think of their financial needs, however that might not be a dilemma for them anymore. Cities in the United States are thinking of creating colleges that offer free public college education. This opportunity is a positive impact on people who want to further their education, although this opportunity has a negative impact on aspiring students. Free public college education should not be offered in cities in the United States because students’ success will decrease, the competition for jobs will increase, and most importantly taxpayers will have to pay more to support these schools.
College is where one should gain the education to succeed in life. Some may attend college, but because they're getting paid to play sports, learn nothing and consequently suffer when the real world hits them on graduation day, and their sports career doesn't pan out, or is derailed
One reason the opposition side of this argument argues that minority scholarships are fair is because, the scholarships are not always distributed by college institutions. Countless organizations, corporations, associations, and minority advocacy groups will offer scholarships to minorities (Minority Scholarships). These groups have every right to give out their money to whoever they would like, but that is not what the debate in this paper is about. The argument is against college institutions giving out the low requirement minority scholarships. If students can get different groups to give them money for school, that is nobody 's business but themselves.
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.
I guess people can look at that way, but it’s the matter of perspectives. If a person doesn't have a dream or future plans, it is a waste of money and time, because you are not learning anything in the university. However, if you have your dream and things to achieve, attending university would not be a waste of money, because you get to have a chance to study deeper on what you want to study. Also, most of people who go to two year college transfer to the university, anyways. They might save their tuition fees, but when they transfer, it is the waste of time.
This causes a lot of mental health issue when little children fail to come up to the desired expectations. Jessica put it rightly when she gives an example of the game where parents started fighting with each other over a children's game. All of this leads to making children feel like that the sport is more sort of a job where they have to prove themselves rather than something they could
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). By putting pressure on high school students they often don 't think about the tuition they have to pay to get in, so they take what they can get to get into college. Parents want the best for their kids and they want them to (earn a living) by going to a good college (crawford). That doesn 't give them the time to find what they want to do and they wouldn 't use the