In brief 3

April 19, 2002

Michael Loughlin argues that "audit quality" in higher education is intellectually untenable (Features, THES , March 22). This has huge implications. Quality assurance is a sham. Thousands make a living peddling quality assurance. Only one replied. But he avoided the central point. Why aren't academics up in arms? Perhaps they fear unemployment.

Jim Carey
Crewe

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