A revolution by degrees - One of the government's top priorities this term is to get a majority of people into higher education. A laudable aim, but who's going to pay for it given an estimated (GBP)900m funding black hole?
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 2001 (10.08.), p. 24-25
Access all areas? The government has spent billions of pounds trying to get more people from disadvantaged backgrounds into higher education. But progress is slow, and ministers are upping their efforts to widen student participation
Court, Stephen, (2008)
Class of 2009 - A third of a million students will graduate this year into an uncertain jobs market and loaded down with debt. But what does the future hold as universities struggle for funding and pressure mounts to raise top-up fees?
Court, Stephen, (2009)
Think or sink - Britain might be short on basic skills but no one Could say it is lacking in thinkers. Political and issues-based think-tanks have mushroomed in the past decade. But who is behind them and what influence do they have?
Court, Stephen, (2002)
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