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Post Secondary Education and Training (Universities, technical education and skills) - future, regulation, financing
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W.endy Brown - Undoing the Demos - Tracing neoliberalism’s devastating erosions of democratic principles, practices, and cultures.

Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism's Stealth Revolution (Zone / Near Futures)

Regulating higher education institutions as charities : consultation on HEFCE's information requirements as principal regulator  - Digital Education Resource Archive (DERA)

Regulating higher education institutions as charities : consultation on HEFCE's information requirements as principal regulator - Digital Education Resource Archive (DERA)

Traditional universities are on the way out: online is the future for Africa.  Professor Deirdre Carabine  Deputy Vice Chancellor and Director of Programmes, Virtual University of Uganda

Even though online learning has finally come into its own in higher education internationally, East Africa appears reluctant to embrace it fully.

Detroit Rethinks Career-and-Technical Education - The Atlantic  Training Students to Outpace Automation  Schools near Detroit have reworked curriculum to include both technical and soft skills.

'I Was Sick of Standing at a Machine and Doing the Same Thing All Day'

Detroit Rethinks Career-and-Technical Education - The AtlantTraining Students to Outpace Automation Schools near Detroit have reworked curriculum to include both technical and soft skills.

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bingo1-chinese_2_orig.png - resistance bingo

Professor ARI SITAS believes free tertiary education is possible for students in South Africa and should be implemented by 2019. Sitas answers six questions on how this could be achieved so soon. 1. How should free tertiary education in South Africa be funded? It should be funded by a ring-fenced, SARS-administered Graduate Tax of 1% …

Here's how we can achieve free higher education by 2019 - The Daily Vox

What will our universities be like in ten, twenty years time? How will they be funded, how accessible will they be and how will they be affected by Brexit? These and many other issues will be debated by our expert panel: Stefan Collini, Professor of Intellectual History and English Literature at Cambridge University and author of [*What Are Universities For?*][1] (Penguin) and [*Speaking of Universities*][2] (Verso); writer and academic Marina Warner, who has written for the *LRB* on the…

The Future of Our Universities: Stefan Collini, Marina Warner, David Willetts and Dinah Birch

What will our universities be like in ten, twenty years time? How will they be funded, how accessible will they be and how will they be affected by Brexit? These and many other issues will be debated by our expert panel: Stefan Collini, Professor of Intellectual History and English Literature at Cambridge University and author of [*What Are Universities For?*][1] (Penguin) and [*Speaking of Universities*][2] (Verso); writer and academic Marina Warner, who has written for the *LRB* on the…

Wisdom’s Workshop: The Rise of the Modern University

Wisdom’s Workshop: The Rise of the Modern University

Wisdom’s Workshop: The Rise of the Modern University (The William G. Bowen Memorial Series in Higher Education)

Academic Diary: Or Why Higher Education Still Matters

Academic Diary: Or Why Higher Education Still Matters

Academic Diary, Higher Education, Diaries, Shelves, Journaling, College Teaching, Bookshelves, Shelving, Shelf

Speaking of Universities

Speaking of Universities

National approaches to funding tertiary education - University World News

National approaches to funding tertiary education

South Africa, Higher Education Act 101 of 1997 | Council on Higher Education

Higher Education Act 101 of 1997

Reflections of South African University Leaders: 1981-2014 | Council on Higher Education

Reflections of South African University Leaders:

Degrees of Inequality , Suzanne Mettler’s account of the rise of the for-profit sector in American higher education, is well-researched, engaging, and, for what it reveals about inequality in the US and higher education’s contributing role, profoundly disturbing. It can also be a touch myopic, failing to recognize that the support given to for-profit institutions by Republican lawmakers is undergirded by political commitments.

Higher Education Promotes Inequality—And What Can Be Done To Broaden Access and Graduation - Scholars Strategy Network

Changing Tides in Higher Education Accreditation Published on January 20, 2016 LikeChanging Tides in Higher Education Accreditation11Comment4ShareShare Changing Tides in Higher Education Accreditation5  Sean Spear

Changing Tides in Higher Education Accreditation Published on January 20, 2016 LikeChanging Tides in Higher Education Accreditation11Comment4ShareShare Changing Tides in Higher Education Accreditation5 Sean Spear

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