This week on the podcast the press and politicians have been attacking the Race Equality Charter – how should universities respond?
Plus there’s some interesting new LEO data out on the industries in which graduates are working, and OfS has published new figures on grade inflation.
With Chris Shelley, Director of Student and Academic Services at the University of Greenwich, Clare Adams, Head of Education Strategy at Handshake, David Kernohan, Wonkhe’s Associate Editor and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- The government is “disengaging” from NUS. Does it matter?
- The role of governance in addressing grade inflation
- Did marketisation really “cause” grade inflation?
- OfS goes on the attack over “unmerited” grades
- Supporting evidence-based action on racial inequality is not “wokery”
- An industrial turn for LEO
- Prepare for the public floggings as OfS u-turns on investigation transparency
- Higher education and racism: Parliament hears evidence
- Public First: ]The tole of Teesside in levelling up
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