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Freedom of knowledge Education has been around since the beginning of time In the beginning knowledge was passed down by the elders As humans developed education became more formal In the United States today a child is required to go through thirteen years of formal education inside a classroom After he graduates the young adult must decide whether or not he wishes to attend college If he decides to attend college it will cost between 4000 and 26000 a year depending on what courses are available and the quality of the school If the high school graduate decides he does not want to go to college he will most likely be working a minimum wage job for the rest of his life There must be a minimum standard to get into a free college so students will still work hard in high school to get into the college of their choice Higher education should be free to anyone who meets the standard requirements set by each individual college to prevent having more minimum wage workers Free higher education would give more students the opportunity to attend college As more people become further educated society would be improved The quality of life would also improve because people would be given the opportunity to attend college graduate and receive a well paying job The present shortage of well-qualified employees would come to an end This in turn would help businesses operate more smoothly and help them make more money to give their employees raises All of this would be possible because of free higher education Free higher education might also be an incentive for teens to stay in high school Most kids who drop out of high school know the jobs that are available to them will not get much 2 better even with a high school diploma and they know that they can get the equivalent a RS degree if they are required to have
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