22 octobre 2017

Academic civil war as elite universities lobby for others to drop their fees

The Guardian homeShould students have to pay more to study for a degree from Cambridge than, say, Coventry. More...

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Coming soon, a university where students could set their own tuition fees

The Guardian homeThe Co-operative College is looking into creating a university where students could help set fees and academics’ pay. More...

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Labour to force vote on government plan to increase tuition fees

The Guardian homeJeremy Corbyn’s party manages to secure poll on Tory proposal to raise £9,000 cap on annual fees by £250 a year. More...

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Tuition fees row: education expert warns over graduate earnings

The Guardian homeGraduates do not get as good a return on their investment in English system as in other OECD countries, says Andreas Schleicher. More...

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A solution to the row over tuition fees - bring back maintenance grants

The Guardian homeConcerns about student debt aren’t going to go away. We need to have a sensible conversation about the options. More...

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Oxford vice-chancellor denies rising salary is linked to tuition fees

The Guardian homeThe vice-chancellor of Oxford University, Louise Richardson, has insisted that any link between a sharp rise in the salary for her post and an increase in tuition fees is “spurious” as she came under pressure to justify her £350,000-a-year pay. More...

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The only fair way to end university fees is to raise taxation – sorry!

The Guardian homeHigh university fees were based on the political idea that there is no such thing as ‘public interest’. That view has to be defeated. More...

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21 octobre 2017

UK education is eroded by the Ebacc, academies and tuition fees

The Guardian homeI wholeheartedly agree with the concern expressed by parents and teachers about the impact of the English baccalaureate (Ebacc) and funding constraints in schools (No more music, Spanish, tourism or engineering as the subject cuts bite, 8 August). More...

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20 octobre 2017

Jo Johnson defends 'fair and equitable' tuition fees and student loans

The Guardian homeUniversities minister defends student finance system as thousands of sixth-formers await their A-level results. More...

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19 octobre 2017

Missing from the tuition fees debate: student well-being and the public benefits of higher education

The ConversationAs the summer comes to an end and a new academic year approaches, another wave of soon to be university students are eagerly awaiting the next stage in their educational journey. More...

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