Just enjoyed watching this video re ‘finding our purpose in life’, and how family, education, work, and culture can limit the possibilities:
Interesting debate tying into the bigger question of what are universities for – is it just about finding a job, or is there something more important going on there? A leading critic of government higher education policy has launched a stinging attack on the University of Oxford, accusing it of being disingenuous in its arguments […]
Think this is well put, about the need for University to be about more than being a cog in the working line: If you’re going, and worrying about the fees – check out Martin Lewis’s guidance. H/T to @sallyhitchener for sharing.
A number of US arts and humanities departments are fighting back against calls that the liberal arts aren’t worth funding as they don’t lead directly to jobs… In response, several associations of universities with four-year courses are fighting back. The Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) is aggressively advocating the importance of imparting “broad […]
In their haste to prepare students for a career, universities have lost sight of the true meaning of education, argues Steven Schwartz “I don’t think it would have all got me quite so down if just once in a while – just once in a while – there was at least some polite little perfunctory […]