Government Should Pay Tertiary Tuition

Government Should Pay Tertiary Tuition

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The problem as to who is responsible for paying university tuition fees has been in dispute for many years. Many individuals express their approval of self-paid tuition fees, whereas others claim that it is the government's responsibility to subsidize tertiary education or pay it in full. Governments, not students, should bear the cost of tertiary-level tuition; given these three (3) reasons: they are investing in Human...

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