By Elaine Knutt 2000-10-24T00:00:00
Red tape, bad pay and a shortage of resources are making it increasingly hard for architecture schools to attract the best architects as teachers. The result is a widening division between education and practice, but teaching remains one of the best ways to develop ideas.
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