Weighing up third-level fees

“Madam, – The argument for reintroducing third-level fees is largely based on the premise that current policy has not widened access to higher education for traditionally under-represented groups. It is claimed that only the ‘middle classes’ have gained from the abolition of fees. This is not, in fact, the case …” (more)

[Gerry McNamara, Irish Times, 31 May]


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