Even though they had a tough childhood doesn't mean they shouldn't get a job. They might have outstanding abilities and people won't notice that because they have a situation at home. If they go to college and get a job, they can start a family of their own and won't let kids live the way they did. After they get a job they can pay it off
Students in higher education schools like colleges should have the opportunity to receive money for maintaining a high level of effort in the classroom. Even students with temporary living conditions to allow them to help their own situations while finishing their degree programs.This Incentive will keep a higher number of students in school overall.
Actually, I believe that all students who are capable of going to college should receive free college tuition. The price of attending a university or even a 2 year college in the United States has grown to obscene levels. We can fund tuition free schools for continuing education, and we should.
Free tuition for good students in difficult circumstances is a good investment.
Those students who do well in spite of setbacks should receive all the help
the state can find a way to offer them. Good grades prove that these students
are working hard to better themselves. Given a chance, they are likely to
become productive citizens who will amply repay society for the minimal help
they have received.
All students deserve free tuition; especially those who maintain good grades. There is nothing more important than an education, and there is no more important "resource" than young and knowledgeable people. This is how civilization is driven forward. Let us give them all the chances they possibly can have to succeed. Free tuition is a perfect starting point.
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A student who comes from a temporary living situation who is still able to maintain a 3.0 GPA is very commendable. However, he or she is not nearly commendable enough to warrant free tuition. While temporary living situations do put stress and difficulties on a student, a 3.0 GPA is simply not high enough to deserve free tuition. This point is not intended to negate the assertion that these students deserve some reward for their accomplishments. It is simply so that free tuition is too much. However, reduced tuition, by perhaps 40-60%, may be more appropriate. Perhaps if the student held a 4.0 in their temporary living situation he or she could be deserving of free tuition.