Reflecting on the future of education in the New Statesman
I wrote for the New Statesman about why we need to reflect on the contemporary context for arts education.
The rear-view mirror is no basis to reflect on the future of education
“Unlike most of my contemporaries, I went to university in the bad old, unfair days. For the majority of you who weren’t there with me, what you’ve been told is true. The free education, the low cost of living, and, of course, the more or less guaranteed job at the end… such was a graduate’s rarity value…”
Read the full article on the New Statesman
Monday, December 1st, 2014