I'm not sure why so many people pay for a lil piece of paper.
Your guess, is as good as mine...
Because they want what ever it is that they perceive that the school offers. If you don't want it, don't pay for it. If you are forced to go to school go to a public,(American) school. Let each person make a decision for himself or a minor let the parents make the decision.
You need to pay for school because it is a service offered to you. Such as dry cleaning. You don't want to pay for your clothes to be pressed, you don't drop them there. Same with education, you don't want to pay for a degree, don't attend school. That's why they call it "earning" your degree. But it seems as if the Education department is the only one earning. Self-education is still free. However, it will not be as valuable.
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