For anyone interested in the nature of architectural education, the attached seems like a pretty measured and illuminating critique of one person’s experience of life at the Bartlett.
On twitter, there is a comment that non-architects should not have the temerity to get involved in this discussion. It’s for architects only. But this seems to be at the core of the problem. Architecture is a public art, requiring a sense of its wider, public responsibilities, not a private indulgence.
Besides, the issues are important in other areas of education as well, not just architecture.