Update from IFS on the impact of college graduation on earnings in the UK. They make the point that while on average they are better off over a life time they “estimate that one in five students – or about 70,000 every year – would actually have been better off financially had they not gone […]
Office for Students will intervene if colleges do not have robust procedures for dealing with allegations of sexual harassment and abuse. The latest guidelines have just been released by the Office for Students. Read the full text on their website
Alternative pathways into higher education is an extensive free list curated by Newcastle University Australia It includes sections on widening participation and social justice. There are extensive detailed annotations. Most articles were published in 2010 or afterwards. While the main focus is Australia it also covers some materials published in UK and News Zealand. Also […]
The 2019 engagement survey by AdvanceHE records a decline since 2016 in the proportion of students spending 11 hours or more per week in taught classes and/or independent learning; the taught study declining by 4% this year to 46% and independent learning falling by 3% to 44%. At the same time outside work hours and […]
24% of students from Ethnic Minority Backgrounds have experience racial harassment in UK universities
Shocking new report from the Equality and Human Rights Commission has these findings. Get the methodology and facts by downloading the report.
Find out by downloading a new research study published by staff from Cardiff University this week. It is based on a survey of over 2200 staff from Russell Group universities and found that women were often in lower positions due to a combination of factors – having children, being a woman in general and doing […]
This article mentioned in the Times Higher last week had the headline Do some overtime (but not too much) It is based on this article: Fontinha, R., Easton, S., & Van Laar, D. (2019) ‘Overtime and quality of working life in academics and nonacademics: The role of perceived work-life balance.’ International Journal of Stress Management, 26(2), 173-183 which used […]
Released by JISC this week and based on extensive user research is the latest version of this road map which signposts the best route to creating a future digitally-inclusive university.
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic student attainment at UK universities: #closingthegap Universities UK A report setting out five steps universities can take to help close the attainment gap which exists between students of different ethnicities at UK universities. Mindsets, Paths and Identities: the Experiences of Senior Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Leaders in Higher Education […]
Announced recently by IFS, funded by the Nuffield Foundation and chaired by Nobel Laureate Professor Sir Angus Deaton. It aims to examine opportunity as well as wealth and social mobility. Also released this week on the topic of social mobility and education: A NEON report showing white working class students have less access to top UK universities. Get the full […]