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    If community college were free what would happen? Would students take college seriously? Would students try to get good grades and graduate on time? Would students realize what a huge benefit free college would be in their future? Free college has a lot of advantages, but along with advantages comes disadvantages. First, when you receive things for free people have a tendency to take things for granite. you don’t appreciate it as much as if you had to work for it. Second, taxes will have to be raised in order to fund free college for American citizens. Third, colleges would become overcrowded and understaffed. Therefore, students wouldn’t be able to receive the best education they could. I do not believe the U.S. Government should pay for American citizens to attend the first two years of college. Free education. The U.S. government is proposing a change that they would pay for the fist…

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    school graduates should have an opportunity to go to college for free, so they can look forward to a bigger future and better job opportunities in life. Having free college can be beneficial by bringing in even more young adults who are interested to further their education more and to help the lower class have their higher education too. Free college may be beneficial but it also come with problems or even alternatives. But that doesn 't mean we should stop this spontaneous idea from success.…

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    A huge debate that is always under discussion is free college, whether a family can afford it or not. Many people would be able to benefit from this, in cases where everyone can attain their goals. Also most people would be able to believe in themselves, and know they are capable of achieving more than they believe they can. Jamal Eric Watson author of the academic journal article “A Bold Promise” states, “As the cost of a college education continues to rise, Haslam’s legislation has generated…

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    Today, the United States doesn’t offer free tuition for higher education to college of the Democratic Party presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, who is vowing for “free” college tuition if he is elected. Democrat candidate, Hillary Clinton, is proposing a plan that could possibly make paying back the entirety of student loans a thing of the past, but many economists, business leaders and Republican presidential candidates feel differently about the benefits of “free college”. Should the…

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    believe in free college as it would make the world such a better place to be apart of. For once in the world everyone would be motivated to do their best throughout school and college if it was free because there wouldn’t be limits on what you can learn. Maybe this could heavily increase the quality in which people live due to the fact that they’re not having to worry about expensive tuition or student loans. I have witnessed my relatives under tons of pressure and stress when paying off…

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    Free College Plan

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    be going our own ways and starting our future. Some of use will go to college, but soon college might undergo a change to be free. College education being free would affect the job market, unemployment, and the people financially. Right now free college is beings talked about with the current student debt, the college plan itself, other countries, the cost, and rising tuition prices. The United States student debt is at an all time high with 1.1+ trillion dollars (Schrager). One free college…

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    Free Community College

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    Having free community college is a huge opportunity for many Americans across the United States. This idea was brought forth by President Obama recently. I first heard of this topic on the local news station. When I brought the topic up with my friends it created an argument between debating if it should be free. My peers were much divided on the subject. This topic brings my attention because I come from a low income family. Not having much money while growing up makes it hard to get a good…

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    College Should Be Free

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    Bernie Sanders said, “There hundred bright and qualified young people who want to go to college but can't go to college for one reason alone and that is their families lack the funding.” I believe college should be free for those who want to attend. Free college can be an opportunity for students because students can be more educated, and finally, get them ready for the real world, and open up career options. Only ½ of eligible students attend college because of the cost of student fund.…

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    Free College Tuition

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    including going to college. In today’s world with the competitiveness of jobs, it is the norm to have a college education to work in any decent paying job. For this reason, it has become a popular opinion that college tuition should be free and accessible to all American citizens. This is a large point affected mainly by current and potential college students, a point that Bernie Sanders has established in his presidential campaign. However, there are numerous downsides to free college…

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    The college market in South Africa has increased tremendously recently. This has been a “prominent issue” states Ouma Wangenge in the article: “Tuition Fees and The Challenge of Making Higher Education a Popular Commodity In South Africa.”. As you can clearly see, this is not just a great issue in America, but also in other countries. The framework for this free college has been a huge debate ranging from funding of the government to protestors against the idea of a totally free college. They…

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