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What would you change if you could go back and re-imagine your education?
Your Education Officer, Tom Maksymiw, invites you to make that a reality…
What were your expectations of an LSE education? Why did you choose to study at LSE? Has LSE met your expectations? What can the School do to make an LSE education something you’re proud to experience?
All LSE students have got answers to these questions and we’ve all probably had a moan about some element of education at LSE. As your Education Officer, I’m keen to make sure that students have a genuine voice in conversations about the future of LSE. That’s why on Tuesday 25th November I will be hosting Re-Imagining Our Education, to start that conversation between the School and students. This will take place in the Denning Learning Cafe, first floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.
This event gives you the chance to discuss your views on LSE education over some food and drink with award-winning teaching staff and your fellow students. LSE Pro-director, Paul Kelly, and Dr Neil McLean from the Teaching and Learning Centre will also be taking part.
This is a chance to make your voice heard on your education to people that make the big decisions about teaching and learning at LSE.
Reserve a free ticket now!
Results from last term’s discussion on an LSE education.
Check out the video from last year too:
Thousands of students marched to parliament yesterday to call on politicians to scrap tuition fees. The demonstration attracted students from across the country, who displayed amazing placards with strong and empowering messages. Here are some of our favourites:
I should be at university right now.
Does this board make my fees look big?!
Education is not a business.
These cuts won’t heal and this debt doesn’t pay. Fight for free education.
Free education is a basic right.
Educatione is none of your business.
You can never be overdressed or overeducated.
Aren’t these placards just amazing? You can find more here.
Today at 12pm LSE students are assembling outside the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre to attend the national demonstration for free education.
The demo, organised by the Student Assembly Against Austerity, is being supported by a number of students unions and will be an excellent way to make your voice heard on the state of higher education funding today.
To find out more information about the LSE rally, please head to the Facebook event here.
Safety during these events is of utmost importance so we will be giving out information about your rights to keep with you during the protest. These will be available when we meet outside the Student Centre.
NUS have also advised that we make note of the Green & Black Cross legal helpline - 07946 541511 – for emergency independent legal advice or arrestee support.
For disabled students, the NUS Disabled Students Officer, Maddy Kirkman, is available to any disabled protester who may need support or assistance. There is a disabled block at the demo and you can find out more over on their Disabled Students demo Facebook event.
Get the full demo lowdown over here: http://freeeducationdemo.com/
Check the route out here: http://bit.ly/1EE6hD6
Learn more about why LSE students should continue campaigning against fees in higher education by reading The Beaver’s take.
If you want any more information, or require assistance, please feel free to contact Nona via email, tweet @nonajasmine, or send her a Facebook message!
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