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Achieving a College Degree and the American Dream, Debt-Free!

How to Earn a College Education without the Burden of Student-Loan Debt

by Charles R. Green M.S. Ed.


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/5/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781973684091
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781973684084

About the Book

If you’re a teacher, legislator, or parent who’s encouraging students to go to college, but are concerned about today’s high cost of education and how they will pay for college, look no further.

The answer and methods to a debt-free college lies within this book. However, you must do your homework, take responsibility for your financial life, your actions and your future.

The easy but long-term painful way is to take out loans or – even worse – charge tuition bills to a credit card. After reading this book, you’ll know how to:

· provide a financial education to children while they’re living with you or in your class;

· ensure children use student loans (if they’re necessary) for the right things;

· find alternatives to help students pursue a debt-free college education;

· avoid predatory lending practices that endanger the future for individuals and their families.

Student loans will not guarantee the American dream; in fact, they may guarantee the loss of it. Will your college graduate, former student, or constituent be left wondering, “If I’m so smart, gifted, and educated, then why am I so broke?”

Whether you’re a parent, educator, legislator, or college-bound student, you’ll learn how college students can navigate the challenges of paying for an education with the lessons, insights, and alarming data in Charley’s America.

www.charleygreen.com


About the Author

Charley’s journey has taken him from the eastern farm hills of Kansas to military service, college administration, and the real estate industry. He has degrees in business and education plus an extensive background in management. His career as a professional entertainer and author began later in life.

What he shares—in an inspirational, humorous, or informational way—is a direct reflection of his life experiences. Many of his stories are of various people he’s met along the way, some who inspired him, some who opened doors, and a few who tried to discourage him. He also tells of life events that challenged the depth of his faith and situations that gave him hope, inspiration, and courage to follow his dream.

His research on student debt has given him a unique insight into the social and economic impact of this oftentimes overwhelming albatross. His books are directed toward parents with a focus on college cost, impact of long-term student loan debt, and career choices. He believes it’s important for parents to work with their children in developing self-reliant plans to minimize dependence upon student loans while focusing on the right college degree and financial freedom.

One of his books, Debt-Free College Education or a Debtor’s Burden?, challenges the way parents, students, and educators approach a college education. Charley’s goal is to encourage them to choose the path of opportunity and financial literacy versus one of student loans, credit card debt, and debt suffocation. The Debt-Free College Education series is designed to assist and guide parents as well as educators in helping future collegians develop self-reliant attitudes in their career pursuits along with realistic financial plans.

Charley’s presentations are informative and timely. They challenge the way parents, students, and educators approach a college education. Contact Charley at charleygreen@charleygreen.com for interviews or to schedule a presentations to your group or organization. You can also find him on Facebook as Charley Green, Author.

The Debt-Free College Education Series is designed to assist and guide parents as well as educators in helping future collegians develop self-reliant attitudes in their career pursuits along with realistic financial plans.

Other books available at www.CharleyGreen.com:

How to Keep Student Loans From Threatening Your American Dream

Debt-Free College Education or A Debtor’s Burden?

The Reluctant Warrior: The Journey Begins

Will Rogers and Charley

Pamphlet: “Seven Things You Must Know About Student Loans: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly”