THE: English universities ‘not very good at teaching’, says Hepi president

Chief Executive Maddalaine Ansell was featured in coverage of the Royal Society debate on the government’s proposals for the Teaching Excellence Framework.
Maddalaine was speaking at the event, where she said that ‘there was much evidence of good teaching in English university. She cited evidence including higher education institutions’ performance in the National Student Survey, Quality Assurance Agency reviews, and employment data.
‘But she conceded, provision is “patchy and diverse” within and across institutions, with the outcomes for students from some disadvantaged groups being an issue of particular concern.’
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