THE podcast: Higher education funding review special

The Times Higher Education editorial team discusses the UK's long-awaited higher education funding review 

February 20, 2018
Anti-tuition fees demonstrators at Westminster
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Another higher education review in the UK was announced on 19 February and billed by the government as a look into ways to bridge the class divide in post-18 education. But it's been received more as a political move to address unpopular tuition fees than an effort to expand education opportunities to students with poorer backgrounds. 

Sara Custer is joined by THE journalists Chris Havergal, Simon Baker and Jack Grove to discuss what the review will actually look at, potential outcomes and to fact check some of the statements that have been made by politicians in the days surrounding the announcement. 

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