Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Why College Tuition Should not be Free Introduction Education is a major driving force for a country’s economic, social and political development. Every youth desire to attain a college degree as it offers many opportunities to the graduates. Higher education is however very expensive and hence reserved for the privileged families. Making college education free would however not be the ultimate solution. Vilorio (12) contends that the youths need to understand the essence of hard work and working their way up a college degree.
skills and processes that support learning as a lifetime habit must be developed, ICT is both the problem and the solution to lifelong learning. It is an immense problem in the kinds of dis-benefits it brings. Information overload, lack of privacy, security concerns, and addictive behaviours are just some of the many dangers this technology brings. In addition there are significant costs attached to providing equitable access, training and support. However, the fact is that ICT is producing a major change in both the content and the processes of learning, such that we do not have the option of ignoring it.
One of the reasons for this growth is related to the ever growing global need for an educated workforce combined with financial constraints of established educational systems. Distance education offers life-long learning potential to working adults and will play a significant part in educating societies around the world. Distance education will become of far greater importance in the United States in the years ahead because it is cost efficient and because it allows for independent learning by working adults. If society is to cope with this growing need for an educated workforce, distance education must continue to make its place in the educational community. Commercial companies are increasingly supporting the online infrastructure of universities, and universities are becoming more corporate.
These pressures include a demand for a higher number of places in the higher education with no parallel increase in financing (Phillips, 2005); a larger diversity of learners including a variety of backgrounds, learning needs, motivations, abilities, learning preferences, time availability and course content requirements (Bates, 2005). There is a demand for more flexible courses (Ryan & Stedman, 2002;Mclnnis& Hartley, 2003) and acommanding to pursuereplacements to government finance (HEFCE, 2001). Pressure is also increasing with more technological opportunities accompanied by using information and communication technologies in teaching and learning (Allen & Seaman, 2004; Challis, Holt, & Rice, 2005). Those pressures were the main
Why we find General Education subjects unnecessary for our chosen field of study As a college student, we can say that there are some subjects that we find unnecessary or unfitting in our field of study in which it may lead to waste of time, work and money. General Education subjects should be taken into consideration as being required in the curriculum for Physical Therapy and Medical Technology courses here in Silliman University. Time is wasted if we study Gen Ed subjects since these are only a sort of a review in our high school curriculum that we tend to retake and relearn everything that we have already learned in high school. ”Students should not be forced to take classes that cover materials they have been familiar with at some point
C. Large organizations are pursuing a differentiation strategy need to stay agile with their new product development processes. Otherwise, they risk attack on several fronts by competitors pursuing focus differentiation strategies in different market segments. Therefore, this action will have a positive effect on Rivalry and Supplier Power. IV. Business Process: UMUC Haircuts needs many changes and improvements, but one of the most important processes that need improvement is that Myra needs to have more training in management skills and create a fast and reliable scheduling process.
Education is an important aspect for the development of our society.Again education have two different faces in rural and urban education..The learning environments of students have major impacts on how the students shape their careers,contribute towards the society and these environmets also determines their performances.Urban areas which are heavily populated faces its own set of challenges when comes to education. With urbanisation in india accelerating at a rapid rate there is an increase in demand of more educational institues in india.Everyone now want their to study in the best educational institutes of the country and this has led to demand of more and better eduactional institutes.Educational institutes are now being seen as money
In India, education is the key to nation-building. It is also a well-accepted fact that providing the right knowledge and skills to the youth can ensure the overall national progress and economic growth. The Indian education system recognizes the role of education in instilling the values of secularism, egalitarianism, respect for democratic traditions and civil liberties and quest for justice. The education sector in India is evolving and has emerged as a strong potential market for investments in training and education sector, due to its favorable demographics (young population) and being a services-driven economy. Further, India’s expanding role in sectors such as software development, generic pharmaceuticals and healthcare, would require the country to invest into learning and training segment as well.
I. INTRODUCTION The phenomenon of many private universities that service excellence and quality is a challenge for private universities in Riau Archipelago, to win the competition and challenge university managers, especially in recruiting prospective students, this is where the importance of universities to identify factors that become the consideration of a prospective student choosing a private university. Private university offers different attractions to increase the number of students, brand trust factors, and reputations of private universities will increase the likelihood of the community 's decision to choose private universities. The key success factors of colleges and universities are the extent to which they can acquire
Introduction: As we know United Arab Emirates is one of the countries in the middle east that developing very fast, especially Dubai city and since the government of UAE are planning to increase the depend on the non-oil products, there are great opportunities for private sector to expand. This study will be important first to the government of the UAE, so they will decide if the privatization has really good impact or not. Second, it will be important to the companies or people who want to invest their money in the UAE. Third, it will be important to the customers, like are they going to have better services. There are many questions that we can ask in this research, is the privatization has a great future in the UAE or not?, What is the effects that will have to the economy?