Education should be free around the world?
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"the rich gets to go to the best schools and the poor struggles to get and education at a low profiled school."
This already implies that the cost of education affects its quality. Free education would mean low professional preparation which, in turn, would impact the country's economy and security.
About the poor and rich, you are right with the quality of education, and that is exactly what I am expressing. Shouldn't it be the same for everyone? Why should only the rich get the best education?
That's like saying: Shouldn't medical care be free for everyone? Every one has a right to be healthy. Why should only the rich get the best doctors, surgeries etc. Yes, everyone does have that right, but if it was free, everyone's medicare would be bad. In the end, no one benefits.
Compare private colleges to community colleges.
You cannot *Assume* that if education is freely provided for everyone it would be poor. If everyone works together, it will work just right. After all, the professor's children will study the same material with the same resources, so the professors will try to teach the best they can. What makes these things change is money, so give the enough money. About medical, we can discuss in a separate argument.
Nor am I assuming, think about it logically. The gov't would have to pay for ALL education. This is too much. The gov't would not be able to take away so many funds from other areas to make up for the sudden loss of money. A person isn't compelled to do a hard job very well if he isn't paid decently. It looks great on paper, but because of human flaws, laziness, greed etc. it won't work.
Thank you for the good debate.
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Vote Placed by Geogeer 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro noted the inherent inequality in the ability to receive an education. Con made a perfectly valid point about healthcare as an analogy that Pro failed to address.
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