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Andrew Bollington looks at the changes in higher education funding that have re-written the rule book , with the full consequences yet to be understood. From next year, as fees of £9,000 become the norm (at least for now), it is the student who will be paying for their higher education, not the government. One thing is for certain – information technology needs to be very closely aligned with the market positioning and financial reality of each and every higher education institution – otherwise IT will be part of the problem for a new generation of “broke students”. If that’s the harsh reality, what is the Future of Technology in Education?