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Higher Education Strategy Associates (HESA) provides strategic insight and guidance to governments, post-secondary institutions, and agencies through excellence and expertise in policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and strategic consulting services. Through these activities HESA strives to improve the quality, efficacy, and fairness of higher education systems in Canada and worldwide.

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This joint publication between HEPI and HESA focuses on international higher education financing, discussing the concept of Targeted Free Tuition (TFT)--the idea that, while tuition fees backed by income-contingent loans can improve access, they still do not do enough to help students from the lowest-income households, who are typically the most debt averse. TFT assumes that these families should be partially or wholly exepted from fees. In this report, Alex Usher and Robert Burroughs explore examples of this subsidization approach from around the world.