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http://www.democracynow.org - Students and administrators at New York City's Cooper Union are clashing over the future of one of the last private universities in the United States to offer free tuition. Activists are occupying the president's office for a ninth day after the school said fiscal problems would force an end to more than a century of free tuition for undergraduates. We host a debate with three guests: Mark Epstein, the chairman of the Board of Trustees for Cooper Union; Victoria Sobel, a Cooper Union student organizer who is among the activists who have occupied the president's office for over a week; and Reuters finance blogger Felix Salmon. Democracy Now!, is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on 1,100+ TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. FOLLOW DE...
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Thousands of student protesters have marched on the UK parliament in a demonstration against university tuition fees. The Free Education action was organised by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) and the Student Assembly Against Austerity. The groups want the government to stop students from paying fees of up to £9,000 ($14,109, €11,245) in England. Organisers of the march claimed that the protest was the start of a "major wave of action" ahead of the 2015 General Election next may. However, the National Union of Students (NUS), the UK's largest student union, did not endorse the demonstration – claiming that the protest was an "unacceptable level of risk" for its members.
On Monday, March 9th, CUPE 3903 Units 1 & 3 voted against ratification. Their issue with York's latest offer revolved around the issue of indexation and the university's decision to temporarily appease the union by freezing tuition. In this video, picketers from units 1 & 3 explain what Tuition Indexation is and how it is being discussed in the most recent negotiations. Interviewer: Ryan Moore Camera Operator & Editor: Alomar Kocur
I interviewed a union member on the streets of D.C. about his signs protesting the cost of college. The conversation steered into austerity and other economic inequalities and the history of college costs. Excuse the poor quality and my questioning and 'uhh's. This is my first time interviewing somebody.
The President, Lagos State University Student Union, Nurudeen Yusuf, has questioned the move by the state to increase the tuition. He emphasized that the government and authorities should revert to the agreement made by the student on April 7, 2014 to pay N46,500 as tuition.
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On October 30 and 31 the UofC Students' Union consulted students on the University's proposed tuition increase of 4.1%. Over 150 students attended this tuition consultation event to voice their opinons on how this increase would affect them and where they felt the university should be investing money. (Report courtesy of NUTV)
Executive Director of Communication discusses detrimental impacts of a possible tuition fee raise at Memorial University (MUN). Students hold the Town Hall event to share their stories and concerns on this matter, 14th May 2015 #keepthefreeze
Western Union Business Solutions and Higher One present a step-by-step guide to show you how to pay your student tuition and other fees using WU GlobalPay for Students. Watch as Lin pays her tuition in a fast, easy and affordable manner with foreign currency so that she is able to study abroad in the USA. http://business.westernunion.com/industry/education
Union calls on scottish government to protect school music tuition The EIS union raised fears changes to school governance could put instrumental music tuition for school pupils at risk from further cuts. Union head Larry Flanagan has urged ministers to ring-fence funding for the service or make it a statutory entitlement for pupils. The EIS said funding for the service has been reduced in recent years as local authorities cut back on educational sectors not protected by statutory requirements. The Scottish Government is currently consulting on major changes to...
Students at University Campus Oldham have decided to make their mark in the fight against the rising cost of education.