Is Higher Education Worth the Price?
“Education is the most powerful thing which you can change the world” (Mandela). This quote from Nelson Mandela stating that getting degree can change your life, family and even the world. Is Higher Education is worth the Price? Is the question many students will love to find out and even pursue? There two points to this question can be answer clearly. There is a good side of this question if you believe in money and personal thinking to getting the best knowledge and but the bad side is that poverty still lives on. Many students don’t want to pursue changing the world just because of pricing on education. Education is worth the cost, time and investment if not for anything more than this economic destiny is determined through education. Though the economy will shift up and down and, once a degree has been obtained, it can never be taken away. Education and obtaining a degree is the way that education can change lives. Many first generation college graduates' degrees alter their own attitudes about themselves and their circumstances, and change the way they and their families are viewed by others. These graduates not only have refined skills and expanded opportunities in the job market, but have become a center of light for family members and friends who might need extra motivation to change their own reasons. Hardly to state that Debt was the best to go for first generation graduates. “Without loans there is no way I could have done it” (Wilson 272). They change assumptions about education for future generations which changes the economic future. Education is the only way to break the cycle of generational poverty. Higher the education higher the cost and that what b ring students in. “More often, the problem among students who go heavily into debt is that they are determined to attend their dream college, no matter the cost” (Wilson 257). That quote is true because some believe that higher the cost then,...
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