Four Year College: Article Analysis

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The website college view gives us some sort of estimate on a four year institution “The College Board reports that the avenge cost of one year of in-state tuition and fees at a public four year school is $8,655. Tack on another $9,205 in room and board costs you’re looking at an average yearly bill of $17,860.” With that information about a four year institution students end up paying all their four years the price of 71,440 that is just an estimate that I just made because there are some schools that do not require students to stay there all the four years just the first year. But then the other thing is the transportation plays a big part of these because if they want to look for a cheaper spot to live so they could save out some money. …show more content…
That is why any tuition reductions should be means- tested to target those students for whom affordability is barrier to completion.” The things they talk about these article is very true on that they talk about, because if community college would become free then anyone would want to go just to save money for two years then to later going on to transfer to a university or a four year college. If this would get to happen then they should also take in note that the federal government should put out a rule that they are going to be equal with low, middle, and high class people. That they are not only going to preferably just help a certain class of people, we already know that the economy has change and everyone is having money problems but if they would want to choose who gets the help first they should not just choose on if someone is poor or rich. They should just reward the students on by how well they did in the past in school or how they well they are doing right now. The journal Free community college for all? talks about how some states already reward some students “States that help cover college cost for eligible students …show more content…
If they would provide free tuition free classes for the students that go at least half time to school, maintain the grade point average of 2.5 of higher, and are making steady progress toward a degree or transferring to a four-year institution (Free Community College). If the government knows on how well students are going on school with the only motivation of having a better life for them self’s, why do they neglect to help the students. Students in their first year of community college are most likely to take one remedial course on compared to students in a four years college and they are more likely to increase their time in the course (Pamela and Beverly). Now on these statement stands out because if now students that are in a community college but so many had work in there course right now then if community college would be fee then it would help because there would be more motived people that would like to go to college to get a better and well-paid job. In will also help the economy on by opening more job opportunities for people and there would be more educated people in the country. The increasing of access to college in the era were most well pay jobs require some postsecondary education and many employers say they struggle to find workers with the skills they need (Wyner and Monica). I could relate to

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