American Government

American Government - .Yet,statistics .Graduatesare whiletry

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The value getting a college degree is being discussed because it is being  said that the education is not worth the amount being paid. Yet, statistics  show that 94 percent of parents expect their children to go. Graduates are  forced to leave school with a humongous debt they have to worry about  while trying to start their career. Even textbook prices are skyrocketing and  70 percent of students say that they "have at least once in the past decided  to not buy a textbook for a class because it cost too much". A lack of  textbooks negatively effect student's grades and education, yet nothing is  being done to help them. Also, textbooks are not related to tuition. State  and Community colleges can raise their textbook prices to compensate for  tuition. This article was interesting to me because we were just discussing the  increasing price of textbooks in class this week. Also, these prices will 
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