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degrees of Worth

Given a turbulent week of sharpened parental elbows, following the toil and tears of their kids' bid to secure A-level tickets into 'adulthood', it is hard to see the efficacy of a university education in question both here and abroad.

After all the broadsheet noise, editorial leaders in this week's Spectator and Economist.


Fascinating generational lines being redrawn:

Access.

Funding.

Metrics.

Experience.

Outcomes.

...Let alone student aspirations.


Can the sector demonstrate the willingness and agility to flex and innovate with the changing context?


More to the point, can it afford to?




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