Policy position 1
A college education is definitely not worth the time and money expended to get it. It takes up years of your lifetime--years that could be spent earning cash to finance a happier, fuller lifestyle. And the money! Tens of thousands of dollars owed plus interest that take half a lifetime to repay.
Policy position 2
A college education is definitely worth it. Especially in the 21st century. Newer jobs require more education, not less. Blue collar jobs--like those requiring nothing beyond a high school diplma--are disappearing or being done by robots. That, or they pay so little that you can't survive on the wage.
Policy position 3
College might be right for some people, but it is not the ultimate goal that everyone needs to strive for. Newer technologies require on-the-job training, not college classes. If you strive to be a doctor or a lawyer, maybe college is worth the time and money. But if you want to be a housebuilder or start your own company, you'll be wasting your time and money to go to college.
Policy position 4
College is probably the right choice for most people. Jobs in the 21st century require more education than not. Jobs that require only a high school diploma are disappearing. The unemployment rate for people with only a high school education is higher than it is for college graduates. That's only going to get worse.