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A right-wing philosopher in Texas tells John Gill how a minority of students can shut down debates and intimidate lecturers – and why he backs Trump
From personalising tuition to performance management, the use of data is increasingly driving how institutions operate
Researchers say students who use computers score half a grade lower than those who write notes
As the country succeeds in attracting even more students from overseas, a mixture of demographics, ‘soft power’ concerns and local politics help explain its policy