Why Low-Income Students Should Have The First Shot At Free College
By Jackson Schroeder
As the United States moves forward with making debt-free college a possibility, policymakers must prioritize making higher education accessible for low-income and historically underrepresented students, according to a recent report by the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP).
Undoubtedly, a degree in higher education, today, is more important than ever before. It is, in essence, a ticket to professional and financial freedom.
But, unfortunately, going to college is also more expensive than it has ever been, and students are increasingly being crippled by student debt.
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