This week on the podcast there’s a new report out on regulation – are small and specialist providers at a disadvantage?
Plus new figures show that a quarter of providers had no governors from a minority ethnic group, we’ve been debating the Dearing review 25 years on, and there’s a new review of OfS’ statement of expectations on harassment and sexual misconduct.
With Debbie Holley, Professor Of Learning Innovation at Bournemouth University, Ursula Kelly, Director at Viewforth Consulting, David Kernohan, Acting Editor at Wonkhe, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar and sector historian, and presented by Mark Leach, Editor-in-Chief at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show this week
- Advance HE: Diversity of governors in higher education 2022
- GuildHE: Regulation Briefing
- How could income contingent loans work better?
- How do we manage and support an expanding sector?
- The debate over student number controls is only one piece of the future policy puzzle
- Regulation doesn’t work for students at independent providers
- Life after the designated quality body
- Why isn’t good practice on harassment and sexual misconduct a basic standard?
- Why is progress on keeping students safe so slow?
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