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UK Elections School Leagues School fees rise
Families sell up to pay rising school fees Independent Schools League table 2012 Parents more concerned with university fees than children's health
Families are making greater sacrifices to provide private education for their children   A survey claims more parents are concerned about university tuition fees then their childrens health

 

 

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Government kicks off review of tuition fees - University World News

Government kicks off review of tuition fees
University World News
Kenya has kicked off the search for trustees to head an agency that will review tuition fees in public universities, which have remained unchanged over the past 19 years. The government revealed that it was looking for trustees for the yet to be formed ...
University graduates will be paying back loans into their fiftiesThe Voice of Russia

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4/19/2014 12:14:08 AM

Crowborough dancer appeals for tuition fees - Sussex Express

Sussex Express

Crowborough dancer appeals for tuition fees
Sussex Express
Hannah Martin, 19, from Crowborough, was offered a place at Doreen Bird College in Sidcup on the pre professional course last year, but had to withdraw her place because she could not raise the tuition fees. She stayed on at sixth form college for a ...

4/15/2014 4:30:43 AM

£9000 tuition fees: a question of value - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

£9000 tuition fees: a question of value
Telegraph.co.uk
The rise in tuition fees has, undeniably, been one of the biggest stories in higher education in recent years. Significant fears over what such a drastic change could do to application numbers and demographics have been largely dispelled, but there are ...

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4/7/2014 6:23:44 AM

'Don't be duped by Labour's plans for tuition fees' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

'Don't be duped by Labour's plans for tuition fees'
Telegraph.co.uk
Is this what passes for "radical" these days? Douglas Alexander, the shadow foreign secretary, announced that in Labour's forthcoming "credible and radical" manifesto, the party may cut the yearly tuition fee from £9,000 to £6,000. Welcome to 2014 ...
It is neither affordable, nor fair, to ask taxpayers to fund university ...The Independent

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4/2/2014 12:55:53 AM

Failing tuition fees system won't be fixed by tinkering - The Guardian

The Guardian

Failing tuition fees system won't be fixed by tinkering
The Guardian
First, we have the highest rail fares in Europe – and also the highest university fees. The cost has soared for individuals. Season tickets and student debt have become mini-mortgages. Second, the burden on taxpayers has not been reduced. In the case ...

3/31/2014 11:15:33 PM

Labour may cut students' tuition fees to £6000 a year - The Guardian

The Guardian

Labour may cut students' tuition fees to £6000 a year
The Guardian
Labour's manifesto for next year's election will include a pledge to scrap the coalition's £9,000-a-year tuition fees and may replace it with a maximum of £6,000, Douglas Alexander has confirmed. Labour is still, however, to agree a long-term policy.
A Labour government 'would cut tuition fees by at least £3000 a year'The Independent
Labour party plans pledge to cut university tuition feesFinancial Times
'Radical' Labour to fight election with pledge to cut tuition fees by £3000Telegraph.co.uk
Huffington Post UK -MSN UK
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3/30/2014 3:45:30 AM

Tuition fees blunder: 'there's no need for this spiralling public cost' - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)

Tuition fees blunder: 'there's no need for this spiralling public cost'
The Guardian (blog)
It is a relatively small part of the Australian system at the moment, but Fee Help – a loan scheme that helps students to pay all or part of their tuition fees – for undergraduates carries a 25% surcharge on the loan which, in effect, covers the public ...

3/28/2014 2:42:18 AM

Tuition fees do not need to rise further, says Nick Clegg - The Guardian

The Guardian

Tuition fees do not need to rise further, says Nick Clegg
The Guardian
The deputy prime minister made his comments in the Commons as Labour taunted him over reports that the government's tripling of tuition fees to £9,000 was "on course to end up costing the taxpayer more than the system it replaced". Harriet Harman, the ...
Harman, H - Tuition feesDeHavilland (press release) (subscription)

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3/26/2014 7:54:57 AM

Miliband's promise of a "radical offer" on tuition fees is a major policy hint - New Statesman

New Statesman

Miliband's promise of a "radical offer" on tuition fees is a major policy hint
New Statesman
Miliband has previously promised to reduce the cap on tuition fees from £9,000 to £6,000, but it has long been clear that his ultimate ambition is to replace fees with a graduate tax, the policy he argued for in the 2010 leadership contest. In an ...
Ed Miliband hints at “radical” overhaul for tuition fees if Labour win in 2015SQ Magazine
Ed Miliband to make 'radical offer' on tuition feesITV News

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3/25/2014 5:26:51 AM

Universities minister refuses to rule out increase in tuition fees - The Guardian

The Guardian

Universities minister refuses to rule out increase in tuition fees
The Guardian
The Conservative universities minister has refused to rule out raising tuition fees for students after the next election, amid warnings from Labour that the current system is a "financial timebomb" that will leave a big hole in higher education funding.
Govt 'got the maths wrong' on tuition feesITV News
'Maths is wrong' on tuition feesshropshirestar.com

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3/23/2014 7:59:23 AM
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