Protestors gather in Parliament Square during a march against student university fees on November 19, 2014 in London, England. (GETTY IMAGES/ROB STOTHARD)
December 18, 2014
Is higher education a debt sentence? Across Europe students are saying yes and calling for free education, claiming they suffer with high tuition fees, graduate with the burden of loans they will never be able to pay off, and that university is only accessible to upper classes. But critics argue with free schooling, quality will inevitably suffer. So what’s the best way forward?