I think that anything to clarify the bill would always be welcome.
But the issue you are raising is precisely one that shows the need for clarification. Within education, you also have the context of research. You do research when you do education; therefore, it makes sense that there should be a tariff that looks at the context of research within the area of education.
Research in itself is not the only point of education. I think this is why adding the purpose of education to fair dealing can open up something different from what has already been decided by the Copyright Board when it looked at its use of the materials in light of fair dealing for the purpose of research.
I think that's one of the problems.