Higher Education Lower Price
- High Education Lower Price
- Signatures will go to the Federal Government
- United States of America
From the humble origins of providing higher education to WWII Veterans to institutions devious use of the Psychology of Money, Americans have found themselves demanding education, but receiving it at a hefty cost. The old adage goes, “you have to spend money to make money”, but at what point is enough money, enough? It is time for Americans to rally together to reduce these costs for the collective and future generations. We must make our voices heard and work with our government to develop effective and efficient solutions for higher education funding.
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We, the Higher Education Lower Price campaign call upon your activism to make a difference with your support for the reallocation of resources from government programs such as military funding to higher education.
The Higher Education Lower Price petition to Signatures will go to the Federal Government was written by High Education Lower Price and is in the category Education at GoPetition.