Vetting the future for architects
The surreal nature of educational pigeon-holing was revealed in all its glory last month. Education minister Kim Howells drew an important distinction between students training to be dentists and doctors, and those seeking to become vets and architects. The former category should have their fifth-year tuition fees paid by the taxpayer because they are entering the public sector (allegedly). The latter, by contrast, are going into wicked private practice, and therefore the capitalist ...
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