Sustaining Free Education: Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis of TFF Policy in PNG

In brief, the PNG government's free education policy was an attempt to achieve integral human development that was stipulated in the vision and mission of the education department. The attempts to implement the free education policy in 1981, 1993 and 2002 were short lived. The attempt in 2012 by the O’Neill government lasted over] five years and its funding was consistent. 

Capacity to manage the Tuition Fee Free Education (TFFE) funds and report on it was lacking in the department of education [from the start]. The [recent] establishment of the TFF Secretariat, the Governance and Management Structure and the Reporting System to monitor the use of TFFE funds needed implementing urgently. 

It is important that all the stakeholders of the TFFE policy must ensure that the interest of the key stakeholders – the students – is paramount now and in the future. Down load PDF on button on the top left. 

You can download the Tuition Fee Free Education Policy in PNG PDF here (⇒ PDF download)

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