Canalblog
Editer l'article Suivre ce blog Administration + Créer mon blog
Formation Continue du Supérieur
23 décembre 2013

Higher education in 2013: the year of marketisation – but to what extent?

The Guardian homeBy Gill Wyness. Gill Wyness looks at the successes and failures of policy and why there will never be a free market in higher education. This year has been a significant one for UK higher education, with the government rapidly moving the system away from a state-controlled sector towards a more marketised structure – to the applause of some and the growing malaise of others. It culminated in the surprise removal of the long-standing student number controls, freeing up universities to recruit as many students as they wish. This comes 50 years after the anniversary of Lord Robbins' seminal report on the expansion of higher education, with its vision that "courses of higher education should be available for all those who are qualified by ability and attainment to pursue them and who wish to do so." More...

Commentaires
Newsletter
49 abonnés
Visiteurs
Depuis la création 2 787 718
Formation Continue du Supérieur
Archives