Saturday, 6 January 2018

Summer Learning Journey Bonus Activity Week Three

In 1990, for the first time in New Zealand’s history, universities and polytechnics started charging students money to go to school. Prior to then, it had been free to go to university or to a polytechnic. Since 1990, students have had to pay thousands of dollars to attend post-secondary (after high school) education.The new Labour government have promised to give up to three years of free post-secondary education to all New Zealanders by 2020!
On your blog, tell us what you think. Should students have to pay money (tuition fees) to go to university? Why or why not? Here is my answer:

I would say no because some parents cannot afford more than 1,000 dollars just to pay for their kids fees. Even if their was a family that had 3 kids that entered university. That would be really expensive. Where would the parents get the money from? I say we should at not pay for ourselves to go to university.

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