Oregon looking to eliminate tuition and loans for higher education students

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  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    July 6, 2013 3:53 a.m.

    Not even remotely sustainable, who is going to fund this program? To make this happen they have to have a Constitutional convention to make the working "taxpayers" to be accountable for the for profit higher education in for profit colleges.

    The public is not liable to fund higher education and invests of private business. This sound like a plan conjured up by the corporate overlords in government to finances private colleges with public funds. Its illegal and and not a public tax responsibility. Its individuals responsibility and cost to bear. Public Education is primary not college or specail interest entitlements.

    Making education an entitlement demeans its value and serves no reason. This scam is the brain child of evil in government. Education is for those who wnat it, and its not a right or lifetime tax burden.

  • joy Logan, UT
    July 5, 2013 6:51 p.m.

    I'm not sure how 3% translates into enough money for future students but if it adds
    up correctly it could be a good program. My concern is how so many students are in default now,
    what makes them sure students will have the honestly to follow through.