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If you whether are learning a certain religion or being treated differently it matters public school is where students/ teenagers may go to see school more freely/ independently with out concern, Unlike private school were you learn a religion and more so rules to follow you have more responsibilities its important that we don't let poorer people or uncommitted people go around private school with out them paying for it because they belong at a less educated public school
Yes no i don't knowYes, I believe that is important to pay for an education. Paying for an education puts the burden of finishing an education solely in the hands of the payee, And also forces the person paying for the education to appreciate the value and hard work it takes to receive an education.
When something has little or no cost it has little to almost no value to the recipient and therefore there isn't enough incentive to maximize the value of what's being given, in this case there education. Therefore with free education, the number of students attending school will sky rocket while the overall level of learning will plummet, this not only affects the students who can’t afford the fees, but also the ones who can afford but no longer need to pay.
I know that we all have a right to education, but if you go to a private school and it is free education the school will not get any money from the government so thee teachers will not be able to be paid and the school will not be able to buy books and fix up the school.
I am an adjunct instructor in probably the only Continuing Education Program left in America that is free. What I teach is valuable, time consuming and the result of many hard years of work and money expended. Too many of my students, when the weather is bad will lie in bed, and because it is free, don't come to class. Or because it is free, come late. Or because it is free, will text or play with their phones during class. Nor they don't know enough to know that they know nothing and use the classroom to challenge my expertise. . Meanwhile my funding is dependent on class attendance. Meanwhile these adults, because that's what they are, often feel they have a "right" to show the disrespect they feel to both the instructor and others in the class.
Free education is so freely available to kids nowadays (like public schooling, for example) that I believe people are starting to take free education for granted. Make it exclusive, and they'll want it more and actually work harder at it. You can't put a price on education...Or can you?
- Difficult for low-income families to afford.(SOLUTION: Create a selective program that will allow kids who actually want to receive an education and is not having school forced down their throat, therefore wasting everyone else's time and money. It will be a sort of scholarship program that will provide financial support to the kids and puts them on probation if they mess up)
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- People will work harder for that which is more difficult to achieve
- people who don't want to go to school won't (all the better for those who actually WANT to learn and value their education)
- Parents are sure to engage in their child's education more, especially if they are the ones paying for it
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Our current educational system was designed to face past issues that we have now overcome: literacy, for example. Now, illiteracy exists in only 17% of the population in the world, thanks to public schooling, etc. But that was the past. Our problems today slightly vary. Maybe we should consider reforming a whole new educational system, yes? Feel free to dispute. I need all arguments for a proposal.
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I believe that the government should pay all tuition for public elementary schools, public middle and high schools and public colleges and public post graduate schools. I do not support private school vouchers. Without even discussing whether or not I feel it is a right for people to be provided a full education, I simply believe it is a good investment on the government's behalf. The increase of GDP from a better educated country would more than pay for the cost of investment.
Because some families don't have enough money so they won't be able to send their kids to school, And if they don't learn anything then they won't be able get a job and support their family. People should not have to ay for an education its wrong free schools ok?
1. It can help your child to understand the value of money and build a healthy relationship with it early on.
2. They don't want their kids starting out in life burdened with student debt—a burden that could be substantial given that the total cost of a four-year college education may approach a quarter-million dollars these days.
3. We should all stop paying for education because we all have an obligation and right to be educated. If it is, Then why should we all still pay for it? The government should pay for it if it is a right. People who have no shelter, Since we all have a right to have a house, Are given almost free homes; almost because there are the taxes and the bills to pay. If we really need to pay, Then it should only be the services like free meals and the security that we should pay for.
4. I know that we all have a right to education, But if you go to a private school and it is free education the school will not get any money from the government so thee teachers will not be able to be paid and the school will not be able to buy books and fix up the school.
5. Should you need to pay for education under 18? If yes, Why?
6. If the child does not have a home what he could do at that moment?
Yes, I believe that is important to pay for an education. Paying for an education puts the burden of finishing an education solely in the hands of the payee, And also forces the person paying for the education to appreciate the value and hard work it takes to receive an education.
Not many people think of college as a good goal to live towards. Most low income families think of college and other education as impossible because they are unable to afford it. Isn't it enough that Americans have to pay taxes! This is because most people spend all their money on taxes and have none left for a good quality education.
The economy is horrible rn and some people cant afford education. Jobs are not being provided and there is a lack of education. Plus textbooks and binders should be free. The government should pay for it not canadians with a bad economy because of his fault. Stating my point. Tham
Why should I have to pay for other people's brats to go to school? It is wrong to expect others to pay four your children. I am sick of all the free rides and that is exactly what public school is. People in apartments which allot of people that have children live in these dwellings (and at a reduced rate also sponsored by others...) and do NOT pay for the education of their brats. Meanwhile people that do not have children and actually have their own property have to pay for these life-sucking leeches!
Many people cannot afford to attend school, the rich isn't limited to this, they can usually buy their way in. When the students who don't have the money to pay for college needs to do things like sports in order obtain something like a scholarship, which nowadays are harder then they've ever been to get.
I have Epilepsy, learning Difficulties and Autism I can not work, I am on benefits, I can not put my full opinion in as it says to many words, but in any case, the money payed for education is used by governments to do stupid things like run MI6 and CERN.
They should use that money from taxes and education for medical research and beautification of locations. When a place looks nice you are more likely to feel happy and crime in the area decreases.
But no over £5000 for an A Level maths course gets spent on things like Side Winder Missiles for the military, when the government can work on diplomacy
I Get £250 a month for bills and £400 for my day to day needs, I get a further £400 personal budget which I do not see a pent off as this is used to pay my support workers.
At the end of each Month I have between £20and £35 so at the end of each year I have under £400.
Being unable to study due to cost of courses does not help my situation. If I were in a position were I could work, I would go and get myself a job as I am already a Qualified Computer Repair Technician.
But the conditions of the benefits I receive say I am unable to work more than 16 hours a week or earn more then £20 a day.
That is like work one day and get yourself a Takeaway.
As I am Epileptic I am unable to drive, and because of my Autism I get lost easily. So long distance is not an option for me with out transportation, and in most cases I can not afford transportation.
So I do not believe you should have to pay for Education, If I was able to study with out cost, I would still have the option of studying for my dream job of working as a Hardware Engineer, but this has gone out the window, because I am unable to study electronics because of epilepsy, and other entrances to hardware engineering cost more then I can afford.
The Electronics course I was going to get as a scholarship after I completed my functional skills maths, but last tuesday I found out I can not work in the electronics lab because of my epilepsy.
I guess I am in a situation wear I will have to go with my second love, of playing piano.
I taught myself how to play piano, so I will have to try and save for a few years and buy myself a piano.
My entire family expect me to fail at functional skills maths and english so in the mean time I will continue with that and prove them wrong.
We should all stop paying for education because we all have an obligation and right to be educated. If it is, then why should we all still pay for it? The government should pay for it if it is a right. People who have no shelter, since we all have a right to have a house, are given almost free homes; almost because there are the taxes and the bills to pay. ANYWAY, yeah, if that happens there, why not in education? If we really need to pay, then it should only be the services like free meals and the security that we should pay for.