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    Yes they should because poor students need a chance at education as well as other people because they can't help the fact that they don't have the required amount of money to get into colleges and as well they need a education to help them live and do what they have to do so please help poor kids.

  • Yes, colleges should do more to help poor students.

    Colleges have an abundance of resources, and I don't see why they shouldn't use at least some of them to help poor students. Private schools, in particular, oftentimes have huge endowments that could be used (and sometimes are used) to provide scholarships for less-fortunate students. But even a lot of public schools, which spend so much money on sports, should consider a shift in priorities.

  • Yes, they should.

    Educations costs are excessive and restrictive. Only allowing a certain subsection of the populace receive a college education is slowly creating a nation of vapid idiots who are content to settle for 'okay' simply because they're so used to being told they're not good enough or not rich enough to even bother. On the off chance they DO get the grants needed? They often can't affording room and board.

  • Yes, they should.

    Education costs are excessive and restrictive. Only allowing a certain subsection of the populace receive a college education is slowly creating a nation of vapid idiots who are content to settle for 'okay' simply because they're so used to being told they're not good enough or not rich enough to even bother. On the off chance they DO get the grants needed? They often can't affording room and board.

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