- January 30, 2003 at 12:00 am #10669
If education is so important to our society then why dosent the government give free (public)college education so everyone has the same chance in life who normally wouldnt?
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Communist countries used to do this; however, based on each person’s aptitude and skill, they choose the field someone would be trained for. I think community colleges & state colleges in this country were set up for the reasons you describe, but their costs have gotten so high that they’ve had to raise tuition so it’s out of reach for some. There are scholarships, though probably not as many as before. Just Curious
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Ronald Reagan was pretty honest about his reasons for beginning to unravel the public school system in this country during his presidency. An educated middle class is more difficult to keep pacified than an under-educated “working” class. It’s no coincidence that Bush W. has spent the last 8 years trying to keep salaries low and education unattainable. The more you know, the more dangerous you are…
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