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Topic: some people believe that people have the right to university education, and government should make it free no matter what their financial background. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

It is true that many people think that government should help people to choose a suitable university education which does not depend on their financial background. In my opinion, I strongly disagree with this view.

On the one hand, the budget of government still faces a lot of different problems. First of all, as far as a poor financial background is concerned, allocating resources on education is hard to do. If they provide a free education, they will only support basic school facilities without professional teacher teams who play an important role in advancing the education. Second, in some nations, poverty and hunger problems are in higher priorities. In Africa, for example, poverty rate, although it tends to decrease in some recent years, but it is still a big number. Spending on meeting their basic needs accounts for the highest government’s budget.

On top of that, there are some reasons why education should not be provided free of charge. First, many families do not want a free education. For example, rich families gravitate toward spending a big expenditure on equipment as well as experienced teachers to reach a better education. Second, instead of making university education free, government should provide it as scholarships for students who have difficult conditions or are good at any aspects of life. In my country, for instance, government gives foreign scholarship yearly for the best students to gain knowledge from other nations and then, they turn back to contribute on development of my country.

In conclusion, with many issues, I completely disagree with the idea is that government is responsible for making university education free.

It is true that Many people think that government should help people to choose a suitable university education (That is not the topic. It is not about choosing a university. Most governments do write pamphlets advising young people how to choose a university. However, few governments pay for all their tuition and fees, especially for private schools which are very very expensive.) which does not depend on their financial background. In my opinion, I strongly disagree with this view.

On the one hand, the budgets of governments still face a lot of different problems. First of all, as far as a poor financial background (I don't know what this is.) is concerned, allocating resources to on education is hard to do. If they (Who? - the universities?) provide a free education, they (Who are you talking about? There is no antecedent.) will only support basic school facilities without professional teacher teams who play an important role in advancing the education. Second, in some nations, poverty and hunger problems are in higher priorities. In Africa, for example, the poverty rate, although it tends to has decreased in some recent years, but it (You already have a subject. The conjunction "but" and another subject "it" is ungrammatical) is still a big number. Spending on meeting their basic needs accounts for most of the the highest government’s budget.

On top of that, there are some reasons why education should not be provided free of charge. First, many families do not want a free education. For example, rich families gravitate toward spending a big expenditure (That is wrong. We do not spend expenditures. We spend money.. ... rich families can afford to spend large amounts of money ...) on equipment as well as experienced teachers to reach (Wrong word) give their children the best education. a better education. Second, instead of making university education free,the government should provide it as scholarships for students who have difficult conditions or are good at any aspects of life. (Unnatural. What does that mean?) In my country, for instance, the government gives foreign scholarships yearly for the best students to get a university degree in the UK, Germany, and other countries with the best schools gain knowledge from other nations and then, they expect the graduates to return turn back to contribute on to the development of my the country.

In conclusion, with many issues, I completely disagree with the idea is that the government is responsible for making university education free.