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  • Author:
    Louise Morley
  • ISBN:
    0854737065
  • ISBN13:
    978-0854737062
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    UCL IOE Press (November 30, 2004)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
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    Education
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Higher education has been the object of policy attention in sub-Saharan .

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in higher education comprises several areas. As such, the aim of this paper is to examine the. literature surrounding quality assurance in global higher education. Quality Matters is also a leading provider of tools and processes used to evaluate quality. in course design (Quality Matters, 2014a).

Louise Morley reveals some of the hidden transcripts behind quality assurance and poses significant questions . This book examines the power relations that organize and facilitate quality assurance in higher education

Louise Morley reveals some of the hidden transcripts behind quality assurance and poses significant questions What signs of quality in higher education are being performed and valued? What losses, gains, fears and anxieties are activated by the procedures? Is the culture of excellence resulting in mediocrity? . This book examines the power relations that organize and facilitate quality assurance in higher education.

In higher education, Critical Race scholars. K-12 and higher education. They offer important guide-. posts as to where our work as Critical Race scholars in edu

In higher education, Critical Race scholars. have centered their work around three predominant themes, including (a) colorblindness, (b) selective admissions pol-. icy, and (c) campus racial climate. posts as to where our work as Critical Race scholars in edu-.

11 Why Quality Assurance in Higher Education? Policy Drivers Political concerns with the exchange and use value of higher education The need for some certainty and exactitude in expanding, global systems Consumer ntitlements Marketisation Massification.

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She earned an EdM in higher education administration from Harvard University and is a former TRIO program staff member. A historian of both K-12 and higher education, her work has focused on gender, social class, teacher preparation, and the teaching profession. She is author of The American State Normal School: An Instrument of Great Good (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005) and articles in History of Education Quarterly, The Journal of Higher Education, and Women’s Studies Quarterly.

Interest in the quality of higher education provision has been steadily increasing over the last twenty years

Interest in the quality of higher education provision has been steadily increasing over the last twenty years. Section 1 – Theorising Enhancement 1. Meanings of Enhancement Ray Land & George Gordon 2. Quality culture at what cost? Pursuing educational excellence in straitened timesCatherine Owen 3. Achieving the focus on enhancement?

Magazine article Liberal Education. Assessing Quality in Higher Education

Magazine article Liberal Education. Assessing Quality in Higher Education. Magazine article Liberal Education. How CAN WE ASSESS the quality of education offered by a college or university? How can we know reliably whether or when learning is taking place? How can a prospective student evaluate whether she will get a good education at an institution where she is considering enrolling?

Britain now has the most heavily regulated higher education system in the world and institutions must deliver best educational value. This book explores the political and psychic economy of quality assurance in higher education and interrogates the discourse and practices associated with the audit culture in Britain.