Higher Ed: Free For All | Adolph Reed

Adolph Reed

Adolph Reed

In the struggle to keep up with tuition, 78% of students work while enrolled, averaging 30 hours per week. But the annual cost of everyone’s public tuition in the United States is less than $50 billion, says Adolph Reed of the University of Pennsylvania.  We could pay that bill for everyone, he says–and reap substantial returns on the investment.

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One response to “Higher Ed: Free For All | Adolph Reed

  1. We agree with you 100% and applause your Youtube video … Hopefully we can persuade the government that we are the future of America; and no matter how many private entities they bailout, America’s future would still be in hundreds of thousands dollars in debt.

    Student Bailout Plan

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