British Colleges : Who runs them ?
By Brian Steele
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Published: March 13, 2011
Words: 19,299 (approximate)
There is in British education an insidious virus. It started off at the turn of the century and has since grown exponentially. It affects British Universities and public colleges.
There is in British education an insidious virus. It started off at the turn of the century and has since grown exponentially. It affects British Universities and public colleges. Principally, it has been brought in from outside the country, and, perhaps, will eventually be responsible for destroying this country’s reputation for high educational standards. If it continues, British higher education will become a byword for shoddy standards and fraudulent practices.
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