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When College is Threatened With Closure

Nowadays there are many colleges that are threatened with closure. The most important reason of this is that these places lack money. I hope you will take the following suggestions into consideration so as to avoid the closure of your favourite school.


Firstly, I suggest a small tuition fee for each student. Only students from poor or broken families could be excluded from having to pay it. Some more money could be raised by organising charity events like sales of home-made cakes and cookies as well as preparing Christmas and Easter cards and the sale of works of art by our most talented pupils. This would make the school more self-sufficient.


Secondly, there seems to be a solution to the problem of current repairs. Many of parents own firms which deal with household repairs so they could do the repair work for your school free of charge. The name of these sponsors would be mentioned in the School Chronicle and the school could save a substantial amount of money.


Thirdly, may I suggest that your school could rent out its sport facilities after school hours, like the gym, the fitness club and the playing-field. If your school is new one and still in good condition, it could become popular among your community members as a place to exercise their bodies and minds. In this way, the place would become a social meeting place for most of them. What is more, some of your classrooms could be rented to language schools to organise various language courses.


Finally, I think that it is a government’s duty to provide the school with enough money to assist. The future of our country depends on the education of today’s youth. Besides, young people ought to get education they are entitled to. In conclusion, it can be seen that there are a few ways for your school to avoid being closed, should my suggestions be acted upon. Not only could this institution serve educational purposes but it could also serve all the members of our community and be part of it.




Source by Ilona Wolanska



When College is Threatened With Closure
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