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Ian Hudson

  • KPMG misses point of university education

    Maybe the most troubling aspect of the Pallister-KPMG idea of a university is its clear intention to micromanage post-secondary education, focusing on immediately measurable productivity that undermines academics’ ability to do basic research. In order to serve its function of innovation, criticism and co-operation, a university requires a stable and independent environment.

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