The State Regulating School Fees is Counterproductive

I agree with the school of thought that regulating school fees by placing a minimum and a maximum that schools can charge, without taking into consideration the cost of living is counterproductive to education objectives.

Clipping from the New Vision of Friday, 23.09.2022

And the culture of formulating and passing laws without consulting all stakeholders is not consistent with democratic principles. Parents, current and future, should be concerned with what is happening with regulating of school fees by the state.

Clipping from the New Vision of Friday, 23.09.2022

The current administration, the NRM Administration, of the Republic of Uganda seems schizophrenic in its development and application of policy. Regulating school fees, especially of private schools, is inconsistent with the free market neo-liberal economic model favored by the NRM Administration. In essence, the NRM Administration regulating school fees without making a change to its allegiance to neoliberalism is oxymoronic, some may argue.

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