https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-46781569 Up to a quarter of students in England are doing degrees that will not give them sufficient earnings to justify the cost of their loans, a think tank says. The centre-right group urges ministers to cut places on those courses offering little financial return and increase those in post-18 technical education. Is education just about equipping students to earn money? How many graduates make successful careers in areas totally unrelated to their degree subject? Will choice be denied to students? Is this an attempt at social engineering?