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From the Ivory Tower
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Crimson and the for-profit education kerfuffle

OPINION: Robert MacCulloch sees red when he looks at Crimson.

One of the publicity coups for Kiwi company Crimson Education has been its association with former prime minister Sir John Key, who acts as an ‘adviser’ and is also an investor.

It’s not only Key. The university admissions consulting company, which is said to be considering an IPO on the

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Robert MacCulloch Tue, 19 Oct 2021
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