Last quote by Gordon Marsden
We will look carefully at the details of the proposed arrangements in consultation with the Office for Students to see what teeth, if any, this process has. In the meantime the government urgently needs to take a further look at transparency and disparity of salaries in this area to ensure students are getting value for money.feedback
Sep 07 2017
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Quotes by Gordon Marsden
Sep 07 2017
The announcements from the university minister today come following months of pressure from all corners of the higher education sector and the government's failure to address this issue.feedback
Sep 07 2017
The important thing is that this process has teeth, and that is why I am saying you have to look at the small print. Jo just dashing off a speech at the UUK conference just isn't going to do the business. This is very much a test for the OfS. Some people have said that the name is a misnomer, so this is an opportunity for the new Office for Students to show that they have got some teeth.feedback
Aug 14 2017
If you then throw in the disastrous fall in the numbers of part-time and mature students – on which the government so far has only offered derisory initiatives, too little, too late – you get a sense of how the nudge factor so beloved of Tory theorists is now working to push would-be students away from higher education, not towards it.feedback
Jul 04 2017
Under the Tories, student debt continues to rise with no end in sight, and students will now graduate with a shocking average of over £50,000 in debt. The government must decide if they believe a lifetime of debt and a tax on aspiration are the best way to fund our higher education system.feedback
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