The respondents among instructors offered a number of proposals in addition to their opinions on many issues relating to higher education participation in order to guarantee the fair participation of various socioeconomic groups in society. Nearly all of the respondents emphasized the need for the government to have a more proactive role in the higher education sector. The government's position has been described, nevertheless, with a variety of considerations in mind. One-fourth of the respondents believed that the "state should take its responsibility more seriously." "Economic and political policy should include education policy," the saying goes. "The government must set aside a larger budgetary portion for higher education so that it is accessible to everyone." More public higher education institutions should be established, especially in underdeveloped educational regions. Additionally, "sufficient funds must be provided to already dying ones." Another viewpoint holds that public funding of higher education should be increased rather than relying more on privatization of higher education. Fees ought to be subsidized or lowered. Additionally, these respondents believed that market-oriented courses should be spread evenly alongside liberal education (social sciences, humanities, and pure sciences), as it draws in a lot of students due to its affordability. This position is in contrast to the fact that professional education in particular and higher education in general are increasingly seen as essential prerequisites for participation in the developing global information economy.
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