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Practice is changing, but how closely is architectural education following? In fact, shouldn't academia be supporting practice through research at the leading edge of societal change, to better prepare students for working life, to enable students to develop those skills which will give them the greatest flexibility to cope with changes in their industry or, for that matter, in their own life goals?

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