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Student 2

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The opinion that the government should fund education is quite argumentative. People who disagree, are ready to spend quite a few expenditures on higher studies for most of their lives. I somehow agree with the fact.

I strongly agree with the prompt because the education will then be accessible to all, even for those who struggle for daily bread and butter. Moreover, some of the pre-school education has become so expensive that a person from a mediocre family finds it hard to get his children into such schools. For instance, when I visited around almost 10-12 pre-schools for my child, I found that some of the pre-schools were charging very high, which was unfair. The interior was the top-notch of all; the safety was at best; the hygiene was at the top-class. However, I still felt it was illogical to spend so much money on the earliest part of education. On that note, instead of agreeing to such high-profile private schools, the government should focus on maintaining government schools' quality. It will open up the doors for the poor and make them the fortunate ones.

Furthermore, the government should also focus on funding university exams. Free courses and study programs can allow excellent professionals to bring profit for themselves and hence for their country. In this way, the government will help people learn and grow because education is the right of all! It is the key to success. If knowledge is free, job opportunities are more, and unemployment is less. All these aspects are so interlinked that solving just one issue would raise the economic bar higher.

To conclude, like food is necessary to survive, education holds that critical position in our lives. If all of our perspectives become the same, the government will agree that, and the education will be free from pre-school through university.





Student 3

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The current education system implies a logic that the privileged class of society has access to the most quality education and vice versa. The continuous and steep rise in tuition fees have forced parents to invest a substantial part of their income to plan their child’s education, even before they are born.


Till the last decade it was majorly the higher education that used to concern parents when their child wanted to join the premiere colleges and universities. The dream of scoring a high paying job, right after completing engineering and MBA, lured the parents to take huge education loans for their child. Some of these loans were taken by mortgaging properties or worse by agreeing to pay huge interest rates for the repayment. Despite a decent job, a large group of students were under huge debts right at the start of their career, forcing them to choose a career path which might not offer much professional growth but would at least pay off their debts.


Over the last couple of years, this financial burden has spread down into the early education system also. Today, the annual fees of pre-schools are equal to what the parents would have paid for their entire college degree. The young parents today are very aware of the competition in the job market and are ready to invest whatever it takes to send their kids to the best school in the city. This has given way to a lot of financial lenders to offer loans even for such early education.


What will be the outcome of this? This will lead to generations of families to live under the constant trauma of repaying debts after debts, just to have a decent career. Not all these kids are going to be successful millionaires to pay off such huge debts, some will fail miserably, and will have nothing to fall back on. We will eventually live in a society which will have no place for compassion or empathy. Then there will be only two kinds of people – the one who wins the race and the once who loses it. What happens to those who lose it? Are we willing to build such a society for our kids?


Generation Alpha will have tons of exposure to technology and innovation since an exceedingly early stage of their life. They are much more ambitious, smarter, intelligent, and fast learners, than their previous generations. They hold immense power to change the course of humanity. Whether that course is changed for good or bad will entirely depend upon what we teach them. Free education for all, right from pre-school to university is the key for a better future. It will not just provide a fair playing ground for all the students but also change the age-old myth of proving oneself based on their financial worth. We will ultimately witness a more peaceful and nurturing society which values compassion and empathy more than anything, without compromising on the growing technological and social advancement.





Student 4

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In many countries, education fees are paid by the government. With this, the education system of some countries has improved while in other it as effected the quality of learning. There are both pros and cons of funding education by the government. This essay will elaborate it more.

There are many hard working people who have the mindset og a genius but aren’t able to make change to society because they can’t afford the education fees. Like in Nigeria, 31% of people have finanancial trouble either they do not have money to go to college or don’t have enough to stay in college. That 31% of students are not able to acquire quality education. They drop out of college and end up doing taking job early without proper learning. Here, funding education by the government plays a major role to support them to learn and grow.

While, if the education becomes free, it might appear to devalue a college degree. It might also lead students to bunk their classes because they aren’t paying for anything. For example, the current rprice of college drive students to complete their scholling and qucukly pay their debt. Without that financial drive, we might see more lackadaisical behavior among students.

Finally, as we see that there are both pros and cons of funding education by government. The solution to it could be scholarship. The free education to students could be provided basis on their merit scores. It will help in maintaining thee balance in education.





Student 5

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Education is important. It is civil right and should be possessed by everyone. Education help in growth of the society with civilized and liberal people. I agree that govenmt should fund educatin to mke it easily accessible for all.

Free education provide equality opportunity of knowledge gain for all. It could be accessible by both rich and poor class of people. So, education should be made free by the government from preschool through university. It will create balance in the society.





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Student 6

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Education is important. It is civil right and should be possessed by everyone. Education help in growth of the society with civilized and liberal people. I agree that govenmt should fund educatin to mke it easily accessible for all.

Free education provide equality opportunity of knowledge gain for all. It could be accessible by both rich and poor class of people. So, education should be made free by the government from preschool through university. It will create balance in the society.





Student 7

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The current education system implies a logic that the privileged class of society has access to the most quality education and vice versa. The continuous and steep rise in tuition fees have forced parents to invest a substantial part of their income to plan their child’s education, even before they are born.


Till the last decade it was majorly the higher education that used to concern parents when their child wanted to join the premiere colleges and universities. The dream of scoring a high paying job, right after completing engineering and MBA, lured the parents to take huge education loans for their child. Some of these loans were taken by mortgaging properties or worse by agreeing to pay huge interest rates for the repayment. Despite a decent job, a large group of students were under huge debts right at the start of their career, forcing them to choose a career path which might not offer much professional growth but would at least pay off their debts.


Over the last couple of years, this financial burden has spread down into the early education system also. Today, the annual fees of pre-schools are equal to what the parents would have paid for their entire college degree. The young parents today are very aware of the competition in the job market and are ready to invest whatever it takes to send their kids to the best school in the city. This has given way to a lot of financial lenders to offer loans even for such early education.


What will be the outcome of this? This will lead to generations of families to live under the constant trauma of repaying debts after debts, just to have a decent career. Not all these kids are going to be successful millionaires to pay off such huge debts, some will fail miserably, and will have nothing to fall back on. We will eventually live in a society which will have no place for compassion or empathy. Then there will be only two kinds of people – the one who wins the race and the once who loses it. What happens to those who lose it? Are we willing to build such a society for our kids?


Generation Alpha will have tons of exposure to technology and innovation since an exceedingly early stage of their life. They are much more ambitious, smarter, intelligent, and fast learners, than their previous generations. They hold immense power to change the course of humanity. Whether that course is changed for good or bad will entirely depend upon what we teach them. Free education for all, right from pre-school to university is the key for a better future. It will not just provide a fair playing ground for all the students but also change the age-old myth of proving oneself based on their financial worth. We will ultimately witness a more peaceful and nurturing society which values compassion and empathy more than anything, without compromising on the growing technological and social advancement.





Student 8

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The current education system implies a logic that the privileged class of society has access to the most quality education and vice versa. The continuous and steep rise in tuition fees have forced parents to invest a substantial part of their income to plan their child’s education, even before they are born.


Till the last decade it was majorly the higher education that used to concern parents when their child wanted to join the premiere colleges and universities. The dream of scoring a high paying job, right after completing engineering and MBA, lured the parents to take huge education loans for their child. Some of these loans were taken by mortgaging properties or worse by agreeing to pay huge interest rates for the repayment. Despite a decent job, a large group of students were under huge debts right at the start of their career, forcing them to choose a career path which might not offer much professional growth but would at least pay off their debts.


Over the last couple of years, this financial burden has spread down into the early education system also. Today, the annual fees of pre-schools are equal to what the parents would have paid for their entire college degree. The young parents today are very aware of the competition in the job market and are ready to invest whatever it takes to send their kids to the best school in the city. This has given way to a lot of financial lenders to offer loans even for such early education.


What will be the outcome of this? This will lead to generations of families to live under the constant trauma of repaying debts after debts, just to have a decent career. Not all these kids are going to be successful millionaires to pay off such huge debts, some will fail miserably, and will have nothing to fall back on. We will eventually live in a society which will have no place for compassion or empathy. Then there will be only two kinds of people – the one who wins the race and the once who loses it. What happens to those who lose it? Are we willing to build such a society for our kids?


Generation Alpha will have tons of exposure to technology and innovation since an exceedingly early stage of their life. They are much more ambitious, smarter, intelligent, and fast learners, than their previous generations. They hold immense power to change the course of humanity. Whether that course is changed for good or bad will entirely depend upon what we teach them. Free education for all, right from pre-school to university is the key for a better future. It will not just provide a fair playing ground for all the students but also change the age-old myth of proving oneself based on their financial worth. We will ultimately witness a more peaceful and nurturing society which values compassion and empathy more than anything, without compromising on the growing technological and social advancement.





Student 9

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The current education system implies a logic that the privileged class of society has access to the most quality education and vice versa. The continuous and steep rise in tuition fees have forced parents to invest a substantial part of their income to plan their child’s education, even before they are born.


Till the last decade it was majorly the higher education that used to concern parents when their child wanted to join the premiere colleges and universities. The dream of scoring a high paying job, right after completing engineering and MBA, lured the parents to take huge education loans for their child. Some of these loans were taken by mortgaging properties or worse by agreeing to pay huge interest rates for the repayment. Despite a decent job, a large group of students were under huge debts right at the start of their career, forcing them to choose a career path which might not offer much professional growth but would at least pay off their debts.


Over the last couple of years, this financial burden has spread down into the early education system also. Today, the annual fees of pre-schools are equal to what the parents would have paid for their entire college degree. The young parents today are very aware of the competition in the job market and are ready to invest whatever it takes to send their kids to the best school in the city. This has given way to a lot of financial lenders to offer loans even for such early education.


What will be the outcome of this? This will lead to generations of families to live under the constant trauma of repaying debts after debts, just to have a decent career. Not all these kids are going to be successful millionaires to pay off such huge debts, some will fail miserably, and will have nothing to fall back on. We will eventually live in a society which will have no place for compassion or empathy. Then there will be only two kinds of people – the one who wins the race and the once who loses it. What happens to those who lose it? Are we willing to build such a society for our kids?


Generation Alpha will have tons of exposure to technology and innovation since an exceedingly early stage of their life. They are much more ambitious, smarter, intelligent, and fast learners, than their previous generations. They hold immense power to change the course of humanity. Whether that course is changed for good or bad will entirely depend upon what we teach them. Free education for all, right from pre-school to university is the key for a better future. It will not just provide a fair playing ground for all the students but also change the age-old myth of proving oneself based on their financial worth. We will ultimately witness a more peaceful and nurturing society which values compassion and empathy more than anything, without compromising on the growing technological and social advancement.





Student 10

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The current education system implies a logic that the privileged class of society has access to the most quality education and vice versa. The continuous and steep rise in tuition fees have forced parents to invest a substantial part of their income to plan their child’s education, even before they are born.


Till the last decade it was majorly the higher education that used to concern parents when their child wanted to join the premiere colleges and universities. The dream of scoring a high paying job, right after completing engineering and MBA, lured the parents to take huge education loans for their child. Some of these loans were taken by mortgaging properties or worse by agreeing to pay huge interest rates for the repayment. Despite a decent job, a large group of students were under huge debts right at the start of their career, forcing them to choose a career path which might not offer much professional growth but would at least pay off their debts.


Over the last couple of years, this financial burden has spread down into the early education system also. Today, the annual fees of pre-schools are equal to what the parents would have paid for their entire college degree. The young parents today are very aware of the competition in the job market and are ready to invest whatever it takes to send their kids to the best school in the city. This has given way to a lot of financial lenders to offer loans even for such early education.


What will be the outcome of this? This will lead to generations of families to live under the constant trauma of repaying debts after debts, just to have a decent career. Not all these kids are going to be successful millionaires to pay off such huge debts, some will fail miserably, and will have nothing to fall back on. We will eventually live in a society which will have no place for compassion or empathy. Then there will be only two kinds of people – the one who wins the race and the once who loses it. What happens to those who lose it? Are we willing to build such a society for our kids?


Generation Alpha will have tons of exposure to technology and innovation since an exceedingly early stage of their life. They are much more ambitious, smarter, intelligent, and fast learners, than their previous generations. They hold immense power to change the course of humanity. Whether that course is changed for good or bad will entirely depend upon what we teach them. Free education for all, right from pre-school to university is the key for a better future. It will not just provide a fair playing ground for all the students but also change the age-old myth of proving oneself based on their financial worth. We will ultimately witness a more peaceful and nurturing society which values compassion and empathy more than anything, without compromising on the growing technological and social advancement.





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