16 janvier 2014

Recipe for Strong Higher Ed

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/all/themes/ihecustom/logo.jpgBy Bernard Lane for The Australian. Governments that are tight-fisted and keen to exercise control are least likely to preside over a higher education system of quality. In a paper on what sets apart strong national systems, the University of Melbourne's Ross Williams and colleagues point out that most countries with high output in teaching and research put in plenty of resources. The authors also stress the role of government policy and regulation that allows universities freedom to innovate, manage their affairs and attract talented staff. Read more...

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