Flawed indicators used to compare the academic market

Flawed indicators used to compare the academic market | Rebecca Attwood | Times Higher Education | 30 September 2010

Efforts to inform student ‘customers’ reliant on reputation, not quality. Any market in university fees will be based solely on branding and reputation unless institutions are held to account by valid indicators of teaching quality, including class size, the standard of teaching staff and the time and effort students devote to their studies.

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