“By tying grades to money, we give students incentives not to take risks” (Vogel, 392) that stop them from choosing challenging courses in college. Students find easier courses through word of mouth or websites that previous students rate their professor in. I always ask people who previously took the course I am interested in whether or not I have a chance of passing the course with a C or higher. Students are afraid of putting their grade point average at risk because the grade point average is a component of the application process that helps colleges decide who to accept. .
The students who are agonizing the financial difficulties have to search for a job to pay for their collage or support their families. Observably, it is very durable to be focused on both employment and study fields. So, it is very clear that financial expense is the one of the particular reason why college students give up their college education. Most of the high school students admit in a college by thinking of that a college life would be more unrestricted and preferable than their high school lives with parents. Also, they have a conjoint believe that
Karon Gibson English 12 Should College Athletes Be Paid to Play? College athletes should not be paid to play sports because most athletes are attending college on full or partial scholarship and receive financial aid packages. This money is basically paying the students to study. Student athletes do bring greater part of the money into the school but most of the money is spent on them to. Paying athletes to play would create a huge gap in college sports because of the ability to pay more at the bigger schools.
But during this economic recession, college students have been having a difficult time staying in the college path, especially working class students. The lack of moral support from their families prevents these unfortunate students to finish their college education. The increase of college tuition and limited financial aid are causing students to go into debt, making them hesitant whether they should keep studying or not. Also it’s preventing students from picking needed major but because the low paycheck they are not sure if they will be able to be sustained. But college drop outs also can able be due to the unequal college preparation given in high schools.
Reasons of Going Back to College Many years ago, a large number of people were content with just a high school diploma, and this was sufficient for them to find a job. But today, who wants to limit himself by not going back to college? Many people decide to go back to college for numerous reasons such as have more job opportunities, more money and to expand their knowledge base. The first reason for going back to college is to have more job opportunities. The world is changing rapidly and many people are tired of being at the same job for a long time.
They have the tendency to be self absorbed, worrying more about their appearance than anything else. Most of them are insecure about themselves but hide behind their money and designer clothes. It is not unusual for them to lie and gossip about one another just to get to the top of their clique. After high school some grown up and realize there are more important things in life while the others still need materialistic stuff throughout their life to be happy. In high school we all get a label, sometimes its one we spend decades trying to live up to, where others spend a lifetime trying to forget those painful years.
Brody was on a path that he then could not alter even if he wanted to. Even after Steve went through all the trouble to learn, he found out that his first love was not meant to be and yet still could not stop the yearning to learn. Love for Debbie grew to a different type of love for learning. Not all college students are attending school because they want to. Sometimes their heads aren’t in the right place, only thinking about partying or just overworking themselves and stressing over an overload of work.
Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Dated Course Over-priced text books. Higher education globally has become unreasonable for the parents and the students. Affluent education has been an issue since the beginning of 21st century. In addition to this now the cost of the text books has also become an exorbitant for the families and students. The high cost of the college books is not only an issue in the United States, it has affected the students worldwide.
My experience can relate to Los Angeles middle school students in the sense that once the district stops compensating them, they will cease to work. Another thing to consider is that students will get a mentality of doing work for money, not in the interest of their education. As in the article “Can students be Paid to Excel?” by Jennifer Medina, she reports, “When the rewards were handed out, Jazmin Roman was eager to celebrate her $39.72. She whispered to her friend Abigail Ortega, “how much did you get?” (Paragraph 2, page 1) Abigail mouthed a barely audible answer: $36.87. Edgar Berlanga
Although college enrollment appears to be slowing down in some community colleges across the nation, for-profit schools have increased enrollment by thousands of students every year. For-profit universities are becoming more popular than other community colleges for their fast route to graduating. Advertising is common for for-profit colleges by persuading students that coming to college will be the best decision; it benefits colleges by putting more money out for ads than what is spent on the school itself for faculty. Advertising has become more of a hook to reel in students to apply based on the competition of other colleges and the need to double the ratio of students from the previous years. When the focus on money from enrollment becomes