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Building Schools for the Future (BSF) was the name given to the Blair Government 's investment programme in secondary school buildings in England .
This White Paper sets out our proposals for a higher education sector which is sustainably funded; delivers a better student experience; and contributes fully to the efforts to increase social mobility. The purpose of this consultation is to receive feedback on this overall package of proposals for reforming higher education in England. We welcome input from anyone with an interest in our proposals.
Students will once again take to the streets on Wednesday 9th November to continue the fight against fees and cuts. This time we are marching to the City of London to show our anger at the very financial system that has instructed the political classes to smash the last vestiges of the welfare state and public sector. The government’s plans for education need to be highlighted and opposed now more than ever, as fundamental attacks on education as a public service, and on universities as public institutions.
The Russell Group is an association of 24 British public research universities .
With funding cuts well under way and many institutions already promising to charge the maximum £9,000 yearly tuition fee, university education for the majority is under threat. This book exposes the true motives behind the government's programme and provides the analytical tools to fight it. Widespread student protests and occupations, often supported by staff, unions and society at large, show the public's opposition to funding cuts and fee increases.
8 juli 2011 - Britse universiteiten willen hun cijferlijsten en graderingen aanpassen aan de USA. De eigen traditie zit hen in de weg, vinden zij, Oxford en Cambridge voelen daar echter niets voor.
Forgive the martial metaphor, but the English higher-education sector currently feels a bit like the British experience of the Second World War from September 1939 to May 1940.
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