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Bill Clinton says that the government must shape a 21st century revolution He carried on in his last state of the union address making all kinds of proposals ranging from healthcare fighting crime and education to name a few He says they must focus on the middle class proposing a 350 billion dollar tax cut But exactly how does he propose this shaping take place and how will it effect our economy I would like to focus on what he proposed for education He says the government spends 15 billion a year in our schools He proposes schools that show progress get rewarded for it The way to do that is to bring in the best trained teachers and by having more after school programs to help kids in problem areas Also he says they need to make schools more up to date by connecting all classrooms to the Internet In 1994 only 3 of the classrooms had access now 90 of schools have at least one internet connection Clinton wants to make the American dream affordable for everyone By making pell grants larger having more affordable student loans hope scholarships and education IRAs It would make it more possible for people to go to college and get the education needed to get a good job and further themselves Clinton says high school graduates that go on to college is up 10 from 1993 He proposed a 30 billion college opportunity tax cut which means a tax deduction for up to 10000 in college tuition costs That would mean more people would be able to afford to go on to collegeNow all these things sound great right But will it all be possible and how will all these things affect our economy as we know it Will it have a huge impact and if so will it be good or bad I do not think following though on these proposals will have a
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