This week on the podcast we attempt to keep up with the drama at No.10. What does it all mean for higher education? Plus this year’s NSS results are out, the sector tries to get a grip on grade inflation and there’s a new report out on Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller communities.
With Alistair Jarvis, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Partnerships and Governance) at the University of London, Anne-Marie Canning, CEO at the Brilliant Club, Wonkhe’s Editor in Chief Mark Leach and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
Featured on the show
- HEPI: Ensuring the most disadvantaged minorities in UK education – Gypsies, Roma and Travellers – have fairer opportunities
- NSS data 2022: the sector is bursting at the seams
- Who is James Cleverly?
- Can we ever go back to less “inflated” grades?
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One response to “Podcast: Politics, NSS, grade inflation, access”
Any chance you could issue a version of your podcasts that doesn’t have music playing in the background for the neurodivergent? Impossible to listen to those bits and it doesn’t add anything vital to the info. Thanks.