Should a Country Provide Free Education?

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ENGLISH PROFICIENCY II

SHOULD A COUNTRY PROVIDE FREE EDUCATION?

STUDENT'S NAME : NAWAL IZZATI BINTI MOHD. NORDIN
MATRICS NO : 031771
LECTURER'S NAME : WAN NADIA ASILA BT TUN IBRAHIM
DEADLINE : 17th FEBRUARY 2013

Should A Country Provide Free Education?

Every country's government provides education. In almost all countries in the world, child education is compulsory and children are required to stay in school until a minimum of age 16; child education is free. As children move on to college and university, tuition fees are usually implemented by an institution and the cost varies. Some countries offer college education for free, while others don't. However, a country should provide free education to the students as it brings a lot of benefits to them.

Some says that lack of education manifests total chaos. A nation without education will be no different from savages. This is because education brings society into existence. If there is no education, there will be no society. However, some education fees are too much for the some people. Not everyone could afford to pay for the expensive education fee, especially for the poor people. Thus, it is important for a country ; poor country especially, to provide free education for the students in need.

Moreover, by providing free education, poor students will be driven to study harder and make use of themselves for the country when they succeeded. They will be encouraged to make use of the opportunity in order to change their lives. Thus, they will take the opportunity and value it for the sake of their lives including for their country. Good students with good attitude will be born in advance.

Furthermore, every people in a country pays taxes. There is no need for them to pay for the education anymore. Therefore, it is the government's duty to pay for the education and give the people for free. People then will have no more arguments over this and...
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