This week on the podcast we discuss Labour’s emerging policy on higher education. There’s also a look at curriculum decolonisation campaigns getting the royal seal of approval and the state of private student housing. – should universities intervene?
With serial non-exec and sector expert Mary Curnock Cook, HE consultant Pete Quinn, and Wonkhe’s Editor-in-Chief, Founder and CEO Mark Leach.
Items this week:
- Lifelong learning commissioners coverage in TES
- NUS housing report
- On Wonkhe: Labour sets out its market stall
- ACU news item on Meghan Markle visit
- Sunday Times article on curriculum decolonisation
- Spectator comment piece on curriculum decolonisation
And this week’s “Yes, but does it correlate?” – Does the growth of an institution predict undergraduate dissatisfaction with the timeliness of academic feedback?