Education is a crucial factor in the growth and cognitive development of an individual, where they learnt to question and accept various teachings. There have been large advancements in the type and quality of education providers, who tend to have their own faculty in research and develop their own unique education programs for students. With increased focus on differentiation among universities, there has been a surge in university fees which has never seen a gradual growth or a stable structure, but instead has been growing. Much of this has to do with the education policy of the government which governs the fees structure. This paper is encouraged to research and investigate into the policy impacts on education system and whether there is a need to amend the policies which will stabilise the fee structure across universities.
1. Issue Statement
The government should prepare a policy which enforces an equal contribution from both, the government’s larger participation in providing fees and subsidies, and enforcing a limit on the fee decision being taken by the teaching faculty of a university.
2. Summary of the Issue
3. Data relevant to the Issue
The Department for Education and Skills has done a research about the type of social classes taking admission and getting selected in prestigious universities and found the following results displayed in the table below.