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Unformatted text preview: II. Cost problem A. Low classes can barely afford the college tuition 1. People need to find a job instead of going to college. 2. Some organizations give the money to smart students, not to low income student. B. High classes can easily afford the college tuition III. Facts A. A huge different of students who earn a bachelor’s degree. B. The education law is based on a strict formula that drives federal aid to high-poverty districts. C. Graduate-level education is open only to the select few who can afford it IV. Causes A. Low income classes lose their chance to get educated. B. High income classes get more educated than low income classes....
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- Summer '11
- Poverty, College tuition, Hanifa Ayunisa, low income classes