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Who holds the whip hand? – Student protection plans

Who holds the whip hand? – Student protection plans

Higher Education’s new regulator, the Office for Students (OfS), published a number of conditions for institutions to join its Register of Approved Providers and one of the items of evidence required (for Condition C3) is a student protection plan. Prior to the OfS, student protection plans were voluntary. The Higher Education and Research Act brought … Continue reading

TEF and the government’s PGT blind spot

TEF and the government’s PGT blind spot

The Higher Education Green Paper, Fulfilling our Potential: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice (Link) has received a significant amount of coverage and I would refer readers to the Wonkhe site for an excellent range of articles. What has struck me about the Green Paper┬áthe most is how the thinking outlined in the paper, … Continue reading