Tuesday 12 September, The Guardian

Coming soon, a university where students could set their own tuition fees

By Harriet Swain
High tuition fees and higher vice-chancellors’ salaries are under attack, but there could be a radical solution. What if students helped decide how much they should pay? What if they were involved in determining academic salaries too?
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