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Fare thee well, campus? Not for these universities

The world's oldest universities weren't just sites of learning. They were also civic, religious and social institutions. Without Oxford, Bologna and Al-Karueein we wouldn't have modern-day ethics, or defences against bygone empires or the omniscient power of the medieval church. Universities were ...

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Let the campus fight back

With teaching numbers unable to match student growth, the idea of the huge university lecture has to be rethought. While K to 12 staff-to-student ratios have fallen over the past 30 years, higher education staff-to-student ratios have increased. Universities have ...

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