Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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Most, but not all, students are happy with their university experience
Unhappy students fuel top-up fees debate

By staff Student worries about assessment, organisation and academic support show English universities need to improve their performance, higher education minister David Willetts has conceded. The national student survey, released one day before this year’s A-level results send the next year to university, show between a third and a quarter of students were not… Read more »

Government could fund internships for young people - Demos
Govt-funded internships ‘could save state money’

By staff The government could save money by paying employers to take on disadvantaged young people as interns, a thinktank has claimed. Demos argued in a report out today that employers could be incentivised to take on those who are not in employment, education or training for internships through payment from the state. Doing… Read more »