Friday, January 22, 2010
College for All.
Kenneth Stepp supports " College for All." Anyone who chooses to should be able to attend 2 years post-high school, via the existing community college system or better. Those who elect not to go to college or go to a 4-year institution can get tax credits applied to professional training or their full tuition. Those who elect to not go to college nor take any professional training would not qualify. Ten hours a week work at a job would be required." Sure, it's just two years of college for everyone with heavy State and Federal subsidies, but it is a beginning. A vote for Kenneth Stepp is a vote for College for All. Berea College, Kentucky is a prototype of what could be done for expanding college education with a work-study program on a national scale.