05 Nov 2015
Ministers want to promote high-quality teaching, social mobility and open up new opportunities to those from communities who have not previously benefitted from access to a university education. million+ welcomes and supports this agenda but we remain concerned that a complex, metric-driven TEF linked with fees would have unintended consequences that would damage the UK’s international reputation for high-quality teaching and research. Such an approach could also hinder, rather than enhance, innovation and the dissemination of best practice in high-quality teaching throughout the sector.
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