Tuition fees and the neoliberal university: Responding to the 2017 Higher Education and Research Act

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 25 Number 3 (2017)

Tuition fees and the neoliberal university: Responding to the 2017 Higher Education and Research Act
Simon Choat, pages -

Abstract

Labour’s manifesto commitment to abolish university tuition fees has sometimes been criticised as a ‘bribe’ to young voters and the middle classes. But the proposals are far more progressive than our existing fees system in England, and present a moral alternative to a narrowly neoliberal view of the value of learning.

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Simon Choat (2017) Tuition fees and the neoliberal university: Responding to the 2017 Higher Education and Research Act, Renewal, 25(3), -

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