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Papering over the cracks: the coming ...

It seems that the White paper setting out the Government’s legislative programme for higher education following the...

Papering over the cracks: the coming White Paper and the dismantling of higher education
posted on: Apr 25, 2016 | author: Campaign for the Public University

Slouching toward the Market: the new ...

The Government’s Green Paper, ‘Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student...

Slouching toward the Market: the new Green Paper for Higher Education, Part I
posted on: Nov 8, 2015 | author: John Holmwood

A Call on UK Universities to provide ...

To the Vice Chancellors of UK Universities, A Call on UK Universities to provide Scholarships and Bursaries for...

A Call on UK Universities to provide Scholarships and Bursaries to those seeking Refuge
posted on: Sep 22, 2015 | author: Campaign for the Public University

Article 26 – Making HE Accessib...

With the current media attention on the plight of refugees and migrants, colleagues may be interested to know...

Article 26 – Making HE Accessible for Asylum-Seekers & Refugees
posted on: Sep 12, 2015 | author: Campaign for the Public University

Not Learning From Error: Teaching Exc...

By Charles Kowalski   The REF was meant to measure research excellence, but is far from rational process that...

Not Learning From Error: Teaching Excellence Failure
posted on: Jul 13, 2015 | author: Campaign for the Public University

The Three Gap Yahs of University

By Charles Kowalski Tony Little, the current headmaster of Eton, who is stepping down to work for a Dubai based chain...

The Three Gap Yahs of University
posted on: Jul 13, 2015 | author: Campaign for the Public University

Higher Education and the 2015 UK Gene...

By David Ridley Margaret Thatcher once said ‘There is no alternative’, a mantra which has since been taken up with...

Higher Education and the 2015 UK General Election
posted on: Mar 22, 2015 | author: Campaign for the Public University

5 Reasons to give two cheers to Ed Mi...

Many will be disappointed that Ed Miliband’s proposal to cap the student contribution to fees at £6000 does not go...

5 Reasons to give two cheers to Ed Miliband
posted on: Feb 28, 2015 | author: John Holmwood

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