Theoretically reasonable tuition and fees calculation

  theoretically rational calculation of the tuition and fees must be consistent with the micro-credit national's economic burden, first national income gains, the average family of the school-age population, should pay the tuition and fees, and so on, ensure that education will not shadow effect to people's most basic family life. So ... in setting fees, the "on the affluence of the people are lovely when selling meter, not the social needs of the residents as the sole basis for tuition fees policy '. Here are several issues must be considered:
first question: pay tuition percentage of national income? this percentage is not exactly the same in every country. Australia r tuition and student aid policies, taking into account rate is equivalent to one year of below average workers wage 10%, equivalent to add% times the cost of the University, in order to provide socially acceptable. Around 80, "State-controlled ' finances at the University of France, 1979 to pay tuition and fees for 0.37% of the total national income less, former West Germany 1979-1980 1%; while in College Finance" income diversity ' of Japan, 1979 State University of 13.74%, private universities was 40.2%; in 1980, United States public universities 6.65%, private University for 29.48%m. These data indicate that States "University of finance ' mode, it is difficult to have a consistent percentage, even within the same ' income diversity ' of Japan and the United States, this percentage is also a great deal of difference. Second question: Fu what percentage of the cost of tuition to the school income? or the actual percentage of education spending as a share of GNP per capita? because foreign students to pay tuition and fees account for easy access to latest information on the percentage of national income, from another point of view down licensing associated with this information.