Universal, tuition and expense-free, face-to-face HE is possible, without the need of financial aid (and the quagmire it presents) or additional public funding (in a political climate of cutbacks). The tack you take (the so-called F2CO proposal) requires substantially more public funding and so it is not likely to happen. This is a shame, considering your self-appointed role as champion of student HE needs/rights.
We need a solution that does not require additional public funding, or better yet, requires less than the current inadequate public funding. To do this we need a new model for HE, not tweaks of the current model that require for more money. I have developed such a model.
In outline, professors should offer their services as other professionals do - doctors, accountants, lawyers, etc. I have determined that this change from state/HEI employee to independent professional practitioner would reduce the total cost of HE (tuition and public subsidy) by 75%, making moot the issue of financial aid, while it improves the compensation for currently exploited adjuncts who represent 75% of the teaching force in American HE - among other notable benefits.
I have compared Sara Goldrick-Rab F2CO proposal and the one I have developed with Write My Essay Fast service. Your proposal cannot hope to address the issue of universal HE, let alone the other serious problems that face the current model for HE you seem content to work within.
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