free college education
reasons to make college free Dear mrs Clinton, In your first one-hundred days of presidency you should be working on making free college education happen. Free college education will help people tremendously if they are not able to pay, and will also help the economy. I’m not saying college should be free for all four years, but two or three years should be a thing. Many smart people are not able to pay because they are not the richest. It would be such a shame to let a good brain go to waist. An example is, if this smart person wanted to be a doctor and someone was getting surgery, this person would be the perfect fit for the job. However; if this person does not go to college they could be doing something as sad as frying fries at mcdonalds. The amount of money you have to pay for one college textbook is outrageous. The average cost for one textbook is about 240 dollars. A person could do a lot of beneficial things with that type of money. Today, student loan debt increases and makes it harder for low-income graduates to buy a house, open a business, and start a family. Having free college education would also help our economy not having to deal with so much money. Tuition and fees at private nonprofit colleges climbed 3.7 percent on average to $31, 231. in-state residents at four-year public schools, costs rose 2.9 percent to $9, 139. Before I wrap this up, I would like to say congratulations on becoming the next official president. It’s a hard job but I know you are up to it. I trust you’ll do what is absolutely best for America. Us u.s citizens are counting on you. Work cited Ellison, By Keith. "The Argument for Tuition-Free College." The American Prospect. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Nov. 2016. @dailysignal. "This State Offered Free College Education. Here's What Happened." The Daily Signal. N.p., 22 Feb. 2016. Web. 04 Nov. 2016. "It's Time to Push for Free College." Rss. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Nov. 2016.