Hey there, middle schoolers! Guess what? Parents and students are speaking up and telling the government that they’re not done fighting for lower fees in schools. They want the government to make sure that education is affordable for everyone, especially those who can’t afford it.
One important thing that parents and students are saying is that the government needs to provide enough money for education. They want the government to make sure that schools have all the resources they need to give students a good education. They don’t want kids from poor families to miss out on school just because they can’t afford it.
Recently, there was a problem between the University of Lagos and the National Association of Nigerian Students. They were arguing about the fees that students have to pay. But now, even though they’ve reached an agreement, parents and students are saying that the fight isn’t over yet. They want the government to step in and make sure that fees are fair for everyone.
Lower fees are important because they make education accessible to more people. When fees are too high, many families can’t afford to send their kids to school. This means that those kids miss out on learning and opportunities for a better future. That’s why parents and students are fighting for lower fees.
So, middle schoolers, remember that your voice matters. If you believe that education should be affordable for everyone, don’t be afraid to speak up. Keep fighting for lower fees and a better future for all students!