Who should pay for college?
Long times ago, people believe that college education is a way of training an ignorant man to be knowledgeable. Many people believe that education can make our society better. With this thought keep in human's mind, there is a controversial argument left to people that is who should pay for the college-the Public or private. Some people believed that education should be public, such as, education affordable by using taxpayer's money to help pay for it. But it is not all of people standing by this side anymore, because some of people who are contribute their taxed money to pay college have begin to against the public education because what if students are learning nothing and sleeping in the class. Therefore, more and more people refuse to pay their tax to college. It is a common belief that students have to pay their tuition by earning scholarship, making loan program, and getting part-time jobs.
No one can get a free lunch; it means if a man desires something that he or she has the responsibility to pay for it. Even public education takes the opportunity to everyone to get the higher education, but higher education is needless and waste to some people. “Britain led the Industrial Revolution without significant government-funded higher education, while the Soviet Union poured public funds into higher education to little positive effect”(Terence). In private education, for students who are not able to pay tuition, they can get assistance from college if he really wants to learn something from college. Every department of college provided many opportunities of scholarship to students whose GPA is pretty well every quarter. It is a fund to student who is trying hard to focus on his course and pay attention to follow his instructor well. If student who is earn the scholarship that may not cover the entire charging, but it still can make the tuition affordable by his own work without taxpayer's help. That is a way to encourage...
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