It is different than just looking at the micro level because the reasons for the dropout rate do not just apply to one person or family, but a larger audience. One reason for the high college dropout rate could be high schools are not preparing students properly. At the high school level, students are not treated the same as they are in college. The course work can be easier, teachers do not give their students as much freedom, and there are much longer hours in class. All of these aspects sound good for the high school level, however, they can be the polar opposites of how students are treated in college.
If you are unable to afford college, then you should get loans in order to get your degree. You can pay these loans back and still have a better life and more money compared to the person that did not go or dropped out of college. These are the reasons for why students should not drop out of college. They should not drop out of college because college is the way to get their careers so they will have more job opportunities. If they stay in college, they will have more stability in the future since they will have more money.
Not everyone can manage themselves enough to get through college. Everyone has that one thing that they are good at. For some people that thing is going to school but for others that have not discovered what they are good at. Some will learn in the military, as for other they will learn what they are good by doing on the job training. There are plenty more reason I think that not everyone should go to college but these are the main ones.
Some students can't take all the work that the professors give out, and they either drop that class or drop out the whole semester. Student’s faces a lot of things in college that will make them drop out of southwest. Sometimes when the classes begin, and they get their first assignment it be too hard on them. I’ve learned, and talked to some people why they dropped out of southwest, some of they said the work was too hard. Others told me that they stopped playing for their education.
High school seniors have a lot to think about that last year of college. From decisions on prom attire to homecoming king and queen, the biggest decision of all is figuring out where to continue their education. While soon-to-be students are thinking about the best place for parties or the best education, the parents are thinking about the cost of their child’s needs. What is the real cost of college is what many parents (even students) try to figure out as their student debt grows. The average family cannot afford the average four year cost of a college student because the cost of tuition is too high, housing and meal plans are too extreme, and students struggle keeping their workload (from school and jobs) while athletes are normally forbidden to have jobs.
All over the world, people have debated about high schoolers dropping out of school. Some think that teenagers need their full four years of high school so they will have a full education, but others think that dropping out will help them pursue their dreams. It all started with William Brown in 1955 when he dropped out of highschool at the age of sixteen. It is clear overall that high schoolers should not be dropping out of school. Dropping out of school makes it 90% tougher to get accepted into a job, and it will most likely make you become unhealthy and lethargic.
Some students high school already know what they want to do before they graduate from college. This supports my claim why the dropout age shouldn’t be raised because some students already plan for there future before or at the age of 16. Some students don’t really care for college at all
The first example is, some Americans who attend college believe that since the price of going to college is so high, it “fails to provide students with good value for the money they and their families spend.” (Pew Research Center). If the student can learn to manage their time, they can get a job and attend college at the same time so that they are able to provide for their families. The second example is, most adults who graduated from college believe that they are “earning $20,000 more a year” which helps them be able to have stability in their financial situations. (Pew Research Center) With making that much more money than non-graduates, they are able to pay their bills, their student loans, provide for their families, and even have some extra. The third example is, some full-time workers with a college degree make “40 percent more” than the people who only have a high-school diploma.
Another factor of attending college is struggling with weight whether it be gaining it or losing it. Struggling with weight when attending college connects back to the anxiety, stress and pressure. Also, when attending college students get busy with assignments, studying or trying to take a break from all the work that is given to them. These are just some of the disadvantages that keep students from attending
Almost every college has a high percentage of students who after leaving college are in deep debt. Most students have to take out student loans. College is not worth the cost because it leaves many students in debt and bad wages after college, and doesn't give them hands on training, and four years of college isn’t needed. A