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There are quite a few problems with education in general, today, especially in the United States. One of the major issues is the cost of college. Most students cannot afford to pay for tuition, and have to take on student loans, which are very hard to get out of. If the student does not get a scholarship than they may have to work for the extra cash, while balancing their studies, risking in a mediocre level commitment to both. These policies need to change for the better. Obama has initiated a plan to reduce such costs, but it is clear that the tuition is still going to be considerably high. Personally, i don't have to worry about such things, because i attend one of the best colleges in the world, where i don't have to pay for tuition because i am in need of financial aid. Obama has been trying to make changes in the administration and has been trying to level the costs and defray the rates of high school/college dropouts. My perspective has more or less stayed the same after being more informed. If you are smart, or dedicated, college will be nothing more than an obstacle or puzzle for you to solve. it's a rather simple problem that plagues the youth.
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Sep 28th, 2015
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