Higher Education and User Pays

From empty sky Wed Jan 2 2013, 04:45:00

Interesting (US-focused) piece on the user-pays problem in Higher Education (from Open the Echo Chamber). As a region, higher education opportunities in Southern Africa are both extremely limited and overwhelmingly government funded. Here, too, tuition fees have risen steeply over the last decade, with little corresponding increase in value or quality. East Asian countries accelerated their

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