Should the role of Community Colleges in higher education be expanded?
I believe it should. Community colleges are generally cheaper to attend and can provide the same level of education as a four year school. For those high school students who want to get a leg up on their college career this is very important. We have a local community college that allows high school students to attend if they can maintain their grades and have permission from their school. Some of these students can complete their first year of college before they graduate from High School. Its a big plus! The local college is also affiliated with a four year school. This allows you to achieve a four year degree without leaving the area. This outreach has been a blessing to many folks.
by Tiger Mom 6 years ago
Do community colleges still carry the bad press it use to?Or does an Associate Degree have more value today than it use to? As more and more students enroll in community colleges, are community colleges gaining more respect?
by rutley 2 years ago
Are you intimidated by someone with a higher education than you?Do you feel dumber, that you can't compete or just insecure that they know more than you?
by Satire Thoughts 6 years ago
Do you prefer higher education or trade school?
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Is higher education something worth investing into today for our youth?Do you think getting a college degree will help your children to get a career paying job today, even with a horrible economy and no jobs in most career areas.
by Sophia Angelique 7 years ago
'“It would be fine if we had an alternative system [for students who don’t get college degrees], but we’re virtually unique among industrialized countries in terms of not having another system and relying so heavily on higher education,” says Robert Schwartz, who heads the Pathways to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Do you believe that higher education should be a privilege instead of a right? Why? Why not?
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