09 mai 2016

Experts call for autonomy of universities

Participants at the second roundtable conference on “Six years of 18th Constitutional Amendment: Equity and autonomy of universities”, demanded the implementation of the 18th Constitutional Amendment in education, especially in the higher education sector, and said that the autonomy of universities should be ensured, reports Pakistan Today. Read more...

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30 avril 2016

China premier: give universities more autonomy

By David Matthews. Li Keqiang also demands institutions stop duplicating research. More...

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27 avril 2016

University autonomy: insights from Tanzania, Uganda and Nigeria

The ConversationBy and . A new piece of draft legislation could give South Africa’s higher education minister increased power over the country’s universities. More...

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18 mars 2016

‘Professional autonomy, reduced workload and teaching for teaching’s sake: Why wouldn’t you teach abroad?’

TES the largest network of teachers in the worldBy Thomas RogersUnless there’s a massive change in the culture of English education, not even a Trump-style wall would stem the exodus of British teachers to the burgeoning international schools sector, writes a history teacher and tutor. More...

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14 mars 2016

Thorny issue of university autonomy and transformation

By Sharon Dell. While most stakeholders agree that South Africa’s higher education sector needs more transformation, what form transformation should take is still a matter for debate – as is the thorny question of university autonomy: how far the government should be able to go to compel universities to transform. Read more...

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16 février 2016

University autonomy improves training quality

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "vietnamnet.vn"In the last decade, the country's tertiary education has seen many changes.
Universities have been given autonomy gradually over the years by the Ministry of Education and Training.
The Government's Decision 153 on University Regulations issued in 2003 said that universities have autonomy rights and responsibilities for planning, development, training programmes, science, technology, finance, international co-operation and personnel.
Moreover, the Law on Education and the government's other resolutions also encouraged universities to carry out autonomy. More...

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08 février 2016

Universities and autonomy

By The Nation. It has been reported that the government was contemplating whether to give Vice Chancellors more autonomy to administer universities through the proposed new constitution. The idea seems to be to remove the political control and allow them to develop as independent institutions. Read more...

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08 janvier 2016

Renforcer l'autonomie numérique des personnes fragiles

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)En ce début d’année marqué par la dématérialisation accélérée des services publics, l’Agence du Numérique a signé avec Connexions Solidaires une convention pour renforcer l'autonomie numérique des personnes en situation de précarité, particulièrement touchées par cet enjeu grandissant.
Lire le communiqué et consulter le site de Connexions Solidaires. Voir l'article...

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03 janvier 2016

Branch campus academics ‘lack autonomy’, study finds

By Ellie Bothwell. Scholar says academics who move to international outposts do ‘hardly any research’. More...

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25 octobre 2015

Free the Satellites

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "higheredstrategy.com logo"By Alex Usher. The University of Toronto has a problem (several, actually, but I’m trying to keep these short).  And the problem is that if you’re not actually at U of T, and someone says “U of T”, what do you think of?  The answer, of course, is the St. George campus: that big and occasionally beautiful hunk of land East of Queen’s Park, College, and Bloor.
But what about the other two campuses?
It’s easy to forget about the Scarborough and Mississauga campuses. More...

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