Some groups, such as poor people and people from rural areas, think universities should make it especially easy for them to get access to university education. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is undeniable that students who live in poverty cannot receive higher education,due to the lack of teacher resources and the limitation of educational equipments,so the government can implement some measures,such as scores plus or tuition waiver,to lower the standard for them. Receiving a higher education enables young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to find employment and increase their satisfaction of life, because they can acquire job skills and stabilize professional knowledge by attending various courses at university.Therefore,not only the living standards can be upgraded,but also the gap between the rich and the poor can be narrowed.
Another benefit of this reformation is that people's internal cultivation and morality can be improved.We should recognize that the crime rate is related to the educational level people acquire,and that what they do reflect their low quality compared to peers.So persuading governments to adopt this new educational reform would be a more effective strategy for lowering the crime rate and guaranteeing the social stability.
On the other hand, although the educational institutions reduce the threshold on poor students , some university students who do not have sufficient intellectual abilities may not be able to obtain a degree eventually.This means that without basic educational background, they can not keep pace with their peers and pass exams at school, resulting in intractability poor students encounter on learning progress.