Tristin H. Virginia

Education prices

Education prices are to high, this is a way to fix it.

Dear President:

I am writing to you to address the issue of education prices. As some of the candidates have discussed, the prices of college are exceedingly high and are beginning to interfere with the lives of college students. There are college students who have put off getting more education or starting their businesses because they have loans that they need to pay off. This impairs the lives of anyone who can not afford to quickly pay off loans.

I believe to fix this growing problem we could make students pay according to their grades. If the students fails then they should have to pay considering their grade. If you get 100 percent in a class then you should get 100 percent of that class free. This would make the student want to do better, give them incentive to pass, and would let them still have a life and money after paying loans. If this happened then college students would be able to get their jobs started quicker and not have to wait to pay off loans.

Smithfield High School

SHS AP Lang Blocks 1 & 2

Smithfield High School, AP Language and Composition, 11th grade

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