I would rally to extend the tuition free education at least in certain fields with exceptionally limited immediate practical application- areas in humaniora and social sciences to PhD -essential for reasonable employment probability. Such tuition free education could be related to the studies results where above average achievements would lead to exemption from tuition fees. I don't agree that market forces in the broad meaning of the term should be barred form universities. I believe that the most prestigious enterprises should be encouraged to invest in generous stipends for excellent students- in areas not directly related to their activity, rendering a social and economic divident for the same enterprises in image related demand for their produce and their credibility on the national and international arena. Sylvia Sztern-SempreLovingM.G.
At least 1,000 Israeli Arabs protest death of Palestinian infant in deadly West Bank arson (Haaretz)
from the article: Tel Aviv University students planning to demonstrate for free tuition