This week on the podcast we discuss student loans – should the interest rate go up or come down, and where’s the balance between politics and progressiveness?
There’s also a new dataset from OfS to crunch, a spate of misconduct cases at Drama schools that may have sector-wide implications, lessons to learn from successfully containing Covid at Cambridge and the launch of a new campaign to increase the numbers of black women professors.
With Aaron Porter, Associate Director (Governance) Advance HE and Chair of BPP University, Steph Lomas, UCLan SU VP Education, Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent University, Debbie McVitty, Wonkhe’s Editor, Alice Chilver, chief executive of WHEN and presented by Jim Dickinson, Associate Editor at Wonkhe.
On the site
- Student finance? It’s the interest rate, stupid.
- Would changes to student loans be progressive?
- A lifelong learning revolution needs investment in data and administration.
- How to address the sexual and racial misconduct crisis out of the drama.
- Nightclubs, halls and three months ’til September.
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