Opinion Street Beat

STREET BEAT: ‘Would tuition-free college education hurt or help California?’

Compiled by Debra Varnado at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.

Wayne Madere Jefferson Park   “It is a benefit to any kids who can’t afford to go to college. The negative I see is in the quality of instructors.”
Wayne Madere
Jefferson Park
“It is a benefit to any kids who can’t afford to go to college. The negative I see is in the quality of instructors.”
Gerald A. Stroud Baldwin Village “Tuition-free college would be a big help for people that study and like to learn, but have trouble with financing. I think it would be an excellent venture.”
Gerald A. Stroud
Baldwin Village
“Tuition-free college would be a big help for people that study and like to learn, but have trouble with financing. I think it would be an excellent venture.”
Kris Dunnigan View Park  “Yes, it would help get more kids off the streets. Most of these kids…can’t afford to go to school.  If you don’t have any education, you have to work harder; you end up doing more laborious jobs.”
Kris Dunnigan
View Park
“Yes, it would help get more kids off the streets. Most of these kids…can’t afford to go to school. If you don’t have any education, you have to work harder; you end up doing more laborious jobs.”