James Tooley

Cry Freedom

'Forensic and impassioned' Baroness Wolf
'A must-read essay for those interested in the battle for the heart and soul of English Higher Education' Carl LygoA clarion call for academics and policymakers alike, Cry Freedom prompts reflection on the evolving relationship between government and higher education. The book challenges compellingly the accepted wisdom that all universities are public entities controllable from Whitehall.
It urges readers to reconsider the core values of academic autonomy and freedom of action that were supposed to be enshrined in 2017's Higher Education and Research Act but which have come under increasing regulatory assault.
'Brilliant and disturbing' Lord Lilley
'Important analysis' Lord Willetts
'Insightful book' Lord Agnew
'This important and well-written book combines a meticulous approach to evidence with a persuasive argument' Nick Hillman
'Wonderfully erudite, and jolly cogent' David Palfreyman
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