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June 8, 2012

Critical Education

David Willetts, Minister for Universities & Science, has a column in the new Times Higher Education responding to an earlier article by Liam Burns, NUS President.

Burns had set out why my report for Intergenerational Foundation, False Accounting?, was significant. Willetts has missed the point of the report and has avoided addressing Burns’s main concern: the lack of statutory and contractual protection for borrowers.

I have sent a full letter to THE but you can learn more about the issue of protection by referring to the Student Loans post here.  There is also an e-petition and I would encourage you to consider signing it.

Update

THE published my full response to Willetts.

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