This is a book about education, injustice and how to make the world a better place. But, a word of warning: if you embark on this journey, there’s definitely going to be times when it doesn’t feel like that.
Set on a train from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly, Naff offers a very informal (some might say ‘irreverent’) introduction to our university system: how it isn’t fair, how it’s been set up in a way that allows some people to be at a massive disadvantage, and how it could be changed.
So, if you’re interested in how the university system contributes to social justice (spoiler alert: it’s a bit naff at the moment), and how it could do much more in the future, then this may be the book for you.
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There’s also the option of a hard-copy from Amazon, but this does involve a small cost: here