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That all forms of education should be free

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 Firstly, it will reduce the amount of student debt which is just being carried over time, From 2011-2015, the amount of student loan debt associated with college attendance rose by 39%, reaching $1.3 trillion.More than 10 million students take out loans every year to pay for their tuition and learning costs. By making college free, these costs would be shifted to other locations, like a fuel tax or a sales tax, making it easier to handle the costs of tuition. The amount of students that are actually homeless because of these fees and that are unnecessary.

it gives every student the chance to be able to learn without worrying about debt which will have economic benefits and benefits upon society.College graduates also generate more in tax revenues compared to the general population, smoke less, commit fewer crimes, and apply for fewer social welfare program benefits.




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KickTheCanKickTheCan
Yep, all forms of education should be free at point of need. A rich country has no excuse to deny higher education because it is unaffordable for some. It is a benefit of any country to have a highly educated work force into the future.
Posted 2019-03-14 10:27:46
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