A Withering Critique of Direct Provision – Which Ignores Third-Level Entirely

Ireland“In today’s Ireland, third-level education is for many students a basic part of growing up. For most, college or university is the bridge between childhood and adulthood, and a degree is a prerequisite for many careers. Whether or not this is a good thing isn’t clear: many experts have argued that we should broaden our view of education, and that we’re too wedded to the idea of going to college …” (more)

[University Times, 15 December]

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