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  1. Introduction
  2. Going to college
  3. Majoring in debt
  4. Financial aid
  5. The public education system
  6. Free higher education for public/state universities
  7. The insane financial burden
  8. Bill or rights
  9. Conclusion
  10. Works cited

An education is one of the most important things any person could ever receive. It is so important, that we make school mandatory for all children until they reach the age of 16. A college education is incredibly important to many people. To get any job these days, you must have at least a Bachelor's degree. Getting that is much more complicated than it has been in any decade. With the failing United States economy, getting a college education is more important than ever; yet more and more money is being cut from education and students are forced to pay more in tuition. Just in the last year, CUNY tuition was raised by $600. Not all students are eligible to receive financial aid.

[...] "CUNY tuition hikes hit hard SocialistWorker.org." SocialistWorker.org Daily news and opinion from the left Dec Web Dec . Free Higher Education. Web Dec . "How long does it take to repay student loans? PrepMe Answers." PrepMe Online SAT, Online ACT, Online PSAT prep courses. Web Dec . Katers, Nicholas. "History of CUNY Colleges eHow.com." EHow How To Do Just About Everything! How To Videos & Articles. Web Dec . Lovett, Kenneth, [...]


[...] Free higher education for public/state universities is not that expensive. In 2004, the total bill for all students enrolled in public colleges was $27 billion, less than what President Bush spent on the war in Iraq that year. Though currently the government may not be able to cover this money, because of the recession, there is no reason that higher education should not have been free prior to the crash in the economy, or shouldn't be free after the crisis blows over. [...]

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