If college education was free then there would have to be high requirements for one to have free tuition. Most and high likely, they would benefit us even a little bit. What do you pay for university? Jobs that did not need degrees before now need them to compete with other applicants. On top of this many questions are raised about the value of higher education. Far too many entering students are steered towards educational paths majors and careers that are not in harmony with personal areas of ability and preference.
Interest and enjoyment from a field of study goes a long way in helping students stick with it and avoid burning out. Technologies are costly, equipment, more expensive instructors etc. We have recently passed the trillion dollar mark in student loan debt in the United States. On the other hand, the private institutions collectively were arguing for a high tuition with higher financial aid. This is not free, but it is cheaper than faculty graders and almost certainly better. But when this age group is considered, we are falling behind.
This is especially important for middle-class families, who send a higher proportion of people to higher education. . Making it free won't solve the education crisis. Free education should not just benefit individuals with degrees. It is also important to point out that people with higher education degrees report a higher level of health and happiness. The answer may surprise some people.
Federal funds are also threatened: graduate students will no longer receive interest deferments, earmarks a traditional source of money for higher education are no longer available, and government grant money is increasingly harder to come by. So, when it comes time to buy a house or a car or get a credit card, student loan history is a solid indicator of an individuals ability to manage the total package. Education is not a product, like a newer, better SmartPhone. Just as Amazon, Google, and Wikipedia are able to tap into the expertise of millions, colleges can do the same by blurring the distinction between faculty, student, town, and gown. Indeed, faculty graders can be unfair and unreliable— I speak from experience. So where is college free in other parts of the world? If students have to pay for university education, this may dissuade them. This question has been posed and debated for many years.
Indeed, the distinction between faculty and student is hopelessly blurred in their model. Will there be more regulations stating private colleges cannot teach better as to not interfere with the new free education? As of the 2015-2016 school year, at least nine countries offer tuition-free public higher education at the bachelor's and master's degree levels. Breaking the cartel will sharply reduce the cost of higher education across the board. It is very short-sighted to continually give and expect nothing in return. Better-educated adults earn more — a lot more.
Technically, free college isn't really free. You also have to agree to serve as an officer in the service you've chosen for several years after graduation. It is morally wrong for a teenager and their family to be forced to incur thousands and thousands of dollars in debt for an education. Although some people might feel that the current system of higher education and is working well, many other people believe that it needs at least a little bit of improvement in one way or another. The 2012 student movement in Quebec and the tuition debate The 2012 movement of students and their supporters against tuition fee increases in Quebec has brought the issue of the cost of post-secondary studies to the forefront of public debate in Canada. The amount of research that professors do also depends on their department and the institute they work at and a lot of the time they have their students help giving them credit. In the thirty-seven years since Canada has ratified this covenant, not only has free post-secondary education not been progressively introduced in Canada as the treaty requires, but the cost of post-secondary studies has increased dramatically in relation to the rate of inflation.
What of every person who is already saddled with responsibility at age 18? If public education is free it will completely ruin all of the private universities all over the country. Unfortunately, I've had the displeasure of hearing people in my English class say they just go to college because their financial aid pays for it. This may also lead to higher taxes and that means, of course, you have to pay way more money. Their sensitivity to the marginal cost of that fifth or sixth year factors into their decision to consume. America is falling behind in many areas, but education is the foundation of a strong economy. The special interest encouraged congress to transfer the debt to a third party for collection and that special interest has methodically raised the interest rate over time.
In theory, students could take out loans or work part-time, but this may be sufficient to discourage students from studying and instead may enter the job market earlier. If higher education is free, it may encourage students to take an easy three years of relaxation. Activism is not necessary—the die is cast and much of what I predict is already taking place. Efforts to make college affordable via targeted financial aid are divisive. And it provides an incentive for aspiring artists, writers, musicians, philosophers, and other visionaries to pursue an education and develop their talents without worrying about the costs. President Obama proposed a free community college starting in Tennessee. However, say two students both graduate in economics.