Students didn't decide the price and tuition of schools, nor how the process for paying was enforced. Scholarships are offered but not always accepted, which creates an unfair balance putting student in an unfair position. Overall price demand for education is too high, but sadly there's no way around it if you want a "promising future"
There is a stereotype that college students are poor, so much so that their health suffers because of it. This is compared to most wealthy people, who avoid taxes anyways. So it's best that these incredibly wealthy people share the wealth with people who never had a chance to make it big like they did.
Students who get loans need to pay off their own loans that they created and if they pick a major that doesnt provide enough money to pay off their loans than that is their problem not the governments and especially not the problem of tax payers.
the average student loan debt is $37000 which is horrifying, and disgusting. you can't defend something like that. if you want to learn for a good job, something like that should be cut in half, to take less time to pay off. nobody should have to pay that much for education in one lifetime.
I think that student loans for college should be the students responsibility considering they chose to to go there and for their benefit they need to learn how to work hard and achieve their goal rather than relying on my money that I earned
The rich are rich for a reason. I feel that when we tax the rich for things that aren't really necessary it's taking advantage of them and their own personal resources. If they so desire they could donate to programs and organizations that help college students with less money. But forcing someone to help doesn't always make the situation any better.
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