WHY STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SCHOOL NOT ALLOWED TO USE CPF TO PAY SCHOOL FEES?

Dear Editors,

Why can’t local students studying in private institution such as Kaplan use CPF to pay school fees?

CPF monies come from citizens’ hard earn money. Government should allow citizens who are pursuing higher education to use their CPF to pay the school fees since government love to promote lifelong learning and upgrading of skills.

Since the launch of the SkillsFuture credits, many citizens are overwhelmed but what kind of courses could citizens use for when training providers are charging courses at high price?

If governments could allow citizens to use certain portion of their CPF money to pay for higher education school fees, this will even encourage more citizens to upgrade themselves. Agree?

From your experience, what kind of courses could you attend by using the$500 SkillsFuture Credit? Shouldn’t it be name as Skills Short Term Future credits?

Lifelong Learner
A.S.S. Contributor

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