There are several points you should consider.
1. You know community college education is not valued much, so if you have a 4.0 GPA from a community college, you will be less likely to be admitted than a person from a regular college with the same GPA. Of course, the same applies to many bad regular colleges, especially private ones.
2. It is possible to be transferred to university from a community college. But remember that there will be you, with two years of easy education and two years of normal education, and there will be others with four years of normal education. You can guess whom they will select.
3. You are afraid of falling into debt. However, if you get a low-quality education, your job and, hence, salary, will also be not promising. In such a case, having small student debt will not save you. If your field of interest is competitive (healthcare, law), then you’d better pay for a normal college. If it is something like arts, then your plan is good, use it.
My teacher says, in any uncertain situation, say it is metaphor because you can always prove your point by stating that the figure you consider contains a hidden comparison linking the subject with some unusual definer having no common thing with it.
I hope I was helpful!
It’s not good. What do you man by “affect adversely”? Why I “must” act? What “something”? How do you see this “end”? Try to be more specific. To make our city safe we must act as a civilized society and deal with homelessness with the help of …, …, …. Being human beings who live in the society, we are to realize that the live of homeless people needs improvement and we are the ones who should …..
Nobody can argue that education is not important. On the contrary, it is of extreme importance for our lives. People live better when they are educated.
When people receive education, they examine the world and understand the nature of things.
To do case study you need a story, that is the case, you read a real-life example of, say, a pregnant underage schoolgirl. You have to know her situation to the letter, the reasons and the problems she had when pregnant, and if anyone helped her to cope with it then who did so, was it her family or friends, and so on.
At any rate you’ll have to adjust the study, I just give you structure.
I’d use the classic foolproof structure: Although (Rebuttal), (Thesis Statement) because (Argument 1), (Argument 2), and (Argument 3). This one is for argumentative thesis statement, but you can use it just as well.
You can put the bit with the “societal perception” instead of the rebuttal and then list what is it that women are lisong conrtol of.