Should college education be free?

During the academic year 2019–2020, the average annual cost of tuition, fees, board, and the room in the U.S. is around $30,500. This shows that college education is not cheap and it is hard to get a bachelor's degree. People who agree with college education should not be free and are looking on this issue with a short sight; they look at it as how much money the country will save from not spending money on college education rather than looking at what the country will earn from spending money on education. I completely agree with making college education free for everyone because it will help people who can not spend on college education have the opportunity to have better education without many problems, and it will help in improving the whole society.

Afford education is one of the major steps towards equality between people. Many people are depending on governments in educating their children; but governments in many countries are offering free pre-university education and making the university with higher tuition fees; which make students choose a way from two ways. Either take loans for continuing education or working part-time. both two ways will make the students convinced, discouraged, and make them not concerned in his studying because of the big load on their shoulders. “College students today are drowning in debt, and it is hurting them and hurting our economy. We must find a way to help families pay for college without condemning them to a lifetime of indebtedness." (Elazzabith Warren). If the government offered free college education, it would assist students in their studying rather than being worried about the balance between work and college.

At the point when individuals are more educated, they can get solutions for problems better. This means that society will improve quickly. When Sen. Bernie Sanders talked about free education. He made a comparison between Germany and America to prove that the workforce is affected by education. He said that In Germany, college costs are free. In America, college cost is increasing; and proved that in Germany the workforce and the production power will be better and stronger than America. Although, he advised making educational cost free in colleges and universities and decreasing loan costs on educational loans. Surely, to have a better society, economy, and continuous developments, governments should spend more on educating people; this is the best field that countries can invest in.

The opposing claims may argue that governments should not afford education. People who support this opinion see that the country should not spend more money on education to educate people who do not deserve education. They see that not everyone deserves education, and higher education should be to the one who can pay for it only, and this is totally wrong and unfair. "Every person in this country who has the desire and ability should be able to get all the education they need regardless of the income of their family. This is not a radical idea. In Germany, Scandinavia and many other countries, higher education is either free or very inexpensive. We must do the same." ( Sen. Bernie Sanders). In fact, people who believe in making education expensive need to think about it. Expensive tuition fees prevent many people from their right to continue their education. In addition, it decreases the nation’s opportunities in development. To have a better society, the government must offer free education.

All of the evidence shows that college education is very important to people and society. It shows that it is unfair if someone is prevented from his right in education, and how free college education  will affect society positively with more improvement. In addition, the opinion against that is totally wrong that their opinion is only about making the government not spend more money on educating people free. No one can prevent people from their right in a good and free education.



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