The universities crisis is the moment to end a decade of marketisation

New Statesman reports …

We must reimagine higher education not as a private benefit but as a public good.

The Covid-19 crisis and its economic fallout is pushing our heavily marketised and increasingly financialised universities – many of them already vulnerable – closer and closer to the edge. The sector desperately needs a bailout, but without intervention to transform and democratise universities, institutions risk maintaining the worst aspects of their current approach.

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