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Old 11-24-2017, 04:22 AM   #13
Candy Kappa
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This question is so alien and weird cause here in Norway, public primary, secondary and tertiary education is free (tertiary might have a semester fee you have to pay for yourself).

But in a country that don't invest or care in their youth and education, I'd expect a parent would take a precaution early in the child's life to set up a education fond so that the child have the necessary funds for future education. And if the child finds stable livelihood without paying for education those money would give the child a good start at their independence anyway such as money for a vehicle, home or investments of sorts.

That said, not everyone have the luxury of setting aside a sum for saving. Like I know my mom would have had some serious issues saving up a education funds for me, being a single mom working several jobs to make ends meet.
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