Ranking universities by the quality of their teaching

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Posted by APM on 10th Jul 2015


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Jo Johnson, new universities minister has announced plans to introduce a Teaching Excellence Framework. Designed to allow the ranking of universities by teaching quality, he feels the Framework will provide an incentive to focus on and improve teaching standards.

The Conversation.com has published an interesting article looking at the plans and the inevitable questions that arise around how it would actually work in practice and the potential consequences. Read the full article here.

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