College Tuition Should Be Granted

766 WordsMar 4, 20154 Pages
A college education has become a necessity in today’s civilization. Students all over the country are concentrating on their academics and are attempting to receive perfect grades. Many students struggle with tuition fees and are forced to find financial aid. Think of it this way, what if you were working hard to support you and your family and you had to pay for your education, would you want to do it? If student’s pay for their own education then they have to put more efforts in doing job to pay their tuitions. By this their grades are getting lower and lower as time passes during their education. Thus, many students, teachers, and people wonder if free college tuition should be granted. A four-year degree has basically replaced the high school diploma as the necessary preparation for a career in this modern economy. Currently most noteworthy discussion is going on through our president Barack Obama to make first two year of college tuitions free. According to Driscoll and Clapp, the reporters of EBSCO publisher, “Many students in the U.S. cannot afford the tuition to achieve the skills they want to know. A college degree helps lift up the standard of living by preparing students for jobs with better salaries, which, in return, provides more tax revenue and personal fulfillment.” (Driscoll, Clapp). College education should be free just like K-12(kindergarten to High school Senior Year). Some people think that public education should continue through the 16th grade to
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