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Briefing Report 392 Lords Economic Affairs Committee - Treating Students Fairly - The Economics of Post-School Education

Briefing Report 392 Lords Economic Affairs Committee - Treating Students Fairly - The Economics of Post-School Education

Briefing Report 391 Advance HE-HEPI - 2018 Student Academic Experience Survey

Briefing Report 391 Advance HE-HEPI - 2018 Student Academic Experience Survey

Briefing Report 390 UKRI - Strategic Prospectus - Building the UKRI Strategy Insight, Inspiration, Impact

Briefing Report 390 UKRI - Strategic Prospectus - Building the UKRI Strategy Insight, Inspiration, Impact

HE Insight Paper 30 - Evolution of the TEF

HE Insight Paper 30 - Evolution of the TEF

Briefing Report 389 OIA -- Annual report 2017

Briefing Report 389 OIA -- Annual report 2017

Briefing Report 388 - NUS Class dismissed - Getting in and getting on in further and higher education

Briefing Report 388 - NUS Class dismissed - Getting in and getting on in further and higher education

Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

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The government's proposals for the outcome of Teaching Excellence Framework metrics and assessments to be represented with the award of bronze, silver and gold status are fundamentally flawed, argues Dr Mike Hamlyn, Director Academic Enhancement at Staffordshire University.