what issues does Hanna Jones cover about the topic of increased tuition?

This is a peer review:In Why Students Are Rioting in London, what issues does Hanna Jones cover about the topic of increased tuition? How does the cost of higher education impact students here in the United States? What about the student debt crisis?In Why Students Are Rioting in London, what issues does Hanna Jones cover about the topic of increased tuition? How does the cost of higher education impact students here in the United States? What about the student debt crisis?“The news came, and the fires followed. On Dec. 9, sometime after 5 p.m., Britain’s Parliament passed a bill to triple university tuition fees to $15,000.” (Jones, 2010). This is the start of the article written by Hanna Jones Why Are London Students Rioting. Throughout this article, she discussed how the topic of increased tuition was handled both by the students and how the government reacted to the choices of the students. The topic of increased tuition is something that when talked about in this article isn’t something these students thought was fair and it makes sense that they thought it wasn’t as their college tuition for many years had been very little or nothing as it was lumped in with their general taxes. Parliament did put in place ways for the poorer students to pay back loans in that they didn’t have to start paying back until they had a specific salary, which was going to be raised in 2012 by $10,000. The students rioted as the information of their tuition tripled from $5,000 to $15,000 before the information about this loan payment system was even thought of and released. In the United States if our college tuition had been tripled in this way by our government, using the same $50,000 that was listed in the article, to $150,000 riots would also occur. But the cost of higher education in the US impacts students to push themselves to graduate or in a lot of cases to drop out and save themselves a lot of debt. The student debt crisis as far as the United States is concerned is increased by the increases in tuition even with all the grants and scholarships that students have available as the money from those awards doesn’t increase as tuition does or at the least doesn’t increase at the same rate.ReferencesLondon, Hanna Jones /. “Why Students Are Rioting in London.” Time, Time Inc., 10 Dec. 2010, http://content.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,2036392,00.html#ixzz1A6Ht6ihq.