240,000+ dollars just for a dorm that probably would normally cost 75 dollars a month to rent if divided among 3-4 people and learning from a professor who's also teaching 30-100 other kids at the same time.
Education is worth it, but what's justifying this price?
tbh idk,school is cheap as fuck here but i dont really like the system,its too much about grades which are given away for free(literaly) and its 0 about education,so you have shitload of people who're doing highly respected job without having a clue about it while a lot of people who understand the job are unemployed...
regarding prices,high is school is like 150$-250$ for books for the all subjects+20$ schoolarship+10$ smth and thats it(plus ofc everyday meal which got nothing to do with school really) while coll. got shitload of discounts for stundents so..
i dont like americans being on hltv
they remind me of reddit
leave this place, this is no place for mortals
Half of your people have sex with donkeys or relatives. It's a necessity because of them or do you want these kinds of people to spread their bullshit?
That's why a left goverment is better for students.
Education is a human right and it should be guaranteed by the State in a secular way in all the levels, it's not only a private business like in your country where people who don't have money can't access to it, thus most likely generating uneducated people that may do bad stuff as citizens in a future. Also the elitist concept of meritocracy is bullshit too, it only favours the rich who are already stablished and specially the banks, even lot of "middle class" students need to get a job to pay for it or take huge loans to afford it, when you're supposed to study so you can get your degree to then work in a future. If you're born in a low resources or poor family you don't have access to college, therefore that generates more poverty and exclusion, and if they find a way to enter in college taking loans or something and fail they will be also in debt for the rest of their lives or till they pay it thus generating even more poverty.
The government gives loans to everyone which causes tution to inflate, the US government is also #5 worldwide in spending per student yet our eduaction is still way too expensive. Its the fucking loans man.
Yes it is surely too much, it used to be much more sensible I hear. Some fees are fine but at this point you might really consider other options if you aren't really smart even if that is not what you want.
That's why you go to Europe. 20k per year fees and about 10-15 in dorm fees.