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No one left behind: slowing down and speeding up HE

The social mobility debate must move on from getting a small number of students into ‘selective’ institutions and think more about opening up higher learning through more flexible funding and credit accumulation. Daisy Hooper makes the case.

Understanding and reversing the decline in PT students

On the publication of a new report from Bright Blue on reversing the decline of part time students, the report’s authors James Dobson and Ryan Shorthouse set out the case for a new graduate levy on employers.

Policy failures in higher education: reflecting on ELQs

In the first of a new series looking at policy failure in and around higher education, David Malcolm reflects on the legacy of the controversial government decision to cease funding for Equivalent and Lower Qualifications (ELQs). How and why it came about, what effect it had on students and the sector, the debates it sparked in policymaking, as well as a look at what the future might hold for this unpopular policy.