Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Imagine this. Two students, both going to university at the same time, both charged the same fee and both graduating together, but one has a manageable debt - perhaps 50 or 60 thousand dollars - and the other ends up paying $100,000.
New calculations about the effect of the government's higher education changes suggest it's possible, and the student who ends up paying the most will be the student on the lowest income....
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. Poor graduates to pay about 30 per cent more than rich under Abbott government's university interest rate fee changes
. Unpopular uni debts likely to be reversed
. Overview of Higher Education Budget Changes
. Tony Abbott: the most radical prime minister since Whitlam
. "A crime", "absurd". Stiglitz on the budget changes to health and education
. Where's the Gonski report? It's back, on a government website