Tag Archives: University regulation

Christopher Pyne to cut reporting red tape

Christopher Pyne to cut reporting red tape | JOHN ROSS | The Australian Higher Education | 11 December, 2013

THE Coalition will today cement its deregulation credentials by fully endorsing a pivotal red tape report commissioned under the previous government. Education Minister Christopher Pyne will commit to implementing all 27 recommendations of last year’s PhillipsKPA review of reporting requirements.

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NUS and Hefce team up for regulation without legislation

NUS and Hefce team up for regulation without legislation  |  John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 11 July 2013

Willetts aims to fill ‘black hole’ left by failure of higher education bill

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OECD: opening the market door will prove costly | News | Times Higher Education

OECD: opening the market door will prove costly |  John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 27 June 2013

US-style charges await in unregulated system, education expert warns. “Totally unreasonable” US tutition fees offer a stark working about what happens when higher education is left entirely to the market, so England should maintain state regulation of its system, according to the OCED’s most senior education expert.

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