Abu Jihad posted:
Ray posted:

Saying you got to have all this freeness does not solve the issue of paying for it.

State colleges are very reasonable, and the education is excellent. There are grants to help with tuition.

So, who is going to pay all these professors if education is free? Where are the funds going to come from to maintain these buildings? 

The same way elementary and high school is free.  Its not a difficult concept to comprehend.

Elementary and high school are not free in the US. We pay for it via taxation.

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Mars posted:
Abu Jihad posted:
Ray posted:

Saying you got to have all this freeness does not solve the issue of paying for it.

State colleges are very reasonable, and the education is excellent. There are grants to help with tuition.

So, who is going to pay all these professors if education is free? Where are the funds going to come from to maintain these buildings? 

The same way elementary and high school is free.  Its not a difficult concept to comprehend.

Elementary and high school are not free in the US. We pay for it via taxation.

Yep via property taxes.

Our property taxes fund Catholic and Public schools in Canada and University is much more affordable compared to the USA. We are fortunate to live in Canada especially with Universal health care.

My elder father was in ICU and I must say that the care was top notch. Our Amarican relatives who visited him in ICU were impressed with our health care. It was an eye opener for them because politicians in the USA were criticizing our Health Care. 

I honestly feel that Americans are being shafted by the insurance companies and pharmaceuticals. 

 

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